It's easy to think that Assistive Technology is just another name screenreaders, but Amit shows us there is a wider variety of products in this category.
When you find something that works, it's easy to keep doing it day after day without seriously wondering if it's still the best approach.
Humans are imprecise creatures by nature. We fumble and mis-click often. But what happens when bad UX decisions amplify our accidental clicks?
Scrolljacking has become something of a design trend of 2014, but is it breaking the web? Shaumik looks at the accessibility implications of scrolljacking.
Helvetica was the darling of the design world for 50 years but the tide has been turning. Ironically Apple have waited till now to make it the star of OS X.
A look at how to use meta tags in HTML, with some best practices for making your content more accessible and SEO-friendly.
If links are what makes the web special, it's up to us to make sure they work for everyone! Gian delivers the last word in accessible links .