Writing Automated Tests for Accessibility

In today’s article, Marcy Sutton explains that while automated tests for accessibility are no substitute for regular manual testing and testing with actual users, they can help free up your team a bit while communicating code quality to members of your team and potentially prevent regressions from deploying to production.

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Five Ways in Which Artificial Intelligence Changes the Face of Web Accessibility

In today’s article, Denis Boudreau gives us a prospective sense of where we’re headed with Artificial intelligence (AI), and what this means for accessibility and inclusion of people with disabilities in the digital space.

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Providing Alternate Content for Screen Reader Users

Sometimes, components of your user interface will communicate information in a visual manner for which a programmatic or text equivalent may not be available. In these situations, you have to come up with a way to provide the same information to users of screen readers in order to provide an equivalent experience. This article will […]

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Accessibility First: Rethinking the Way We Approach Website Design and Development

In our first article of the 24 Accessibility series, Carie Fisher discusses approaching our digital work with an “Accessibility First” mindset and taking the next step in ensuring inclusive design principles are considered during the development process. 

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