Paris Web is one of the greatest developer conferences in the world. Accessibility has been a core part of the conference and speakers from around the globe have delivered impactful presentations. The following is a set accessibility-related videos published by Paris Web. Most of these are presented in French. View all of their videos on […]
I recently gave a presentation for Maxability about color contrast. This is a complex topic and could never be fully covered in one hour. I hoped to bring some understanding of why we still have problems with color contrast, understanding why designers may use a color that doesn’t meet color contrast requirements, and strategies to […]
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There’s a big AODA Accessibility deadline hitting Canadian companies (and American companies that have Canadian customers) on January 1, 2016. All large companies must be able to provide an accessible alternative to public documentation on request. This means that if you are sharing a printed document, an untagged .pdf, or other non-accessible form of information, […]
Android Studio, as well as IntelliJ Idea and Eclipse, provide a simple solution for testing your application for accessibility errors. This short video shows how to use the testing tool to find errors and fix an input that lacks a label.