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This listing is a compilation of both questions asked in-site and questions related to accessibility themes gathered from different sources (stackoverflow, UX Stack Exchange).
We're building a website, that people will be sent to from an email. There's multiple home pages, because there are different groups in the email list that the home pages correspond to.
I understand the point of describing sounds made by objects or people not visible in a scene, especially when they are relevant to the plot and/or make the characters react to it.
Our clients gave us a video that is mostly B-roll so they are saying they do not need to add captions to make is ADA compliant, but I'm not sure that is true.
I see a lot of articles which guide us how to put something in or out of tab order. However, I see no guide on what should be put in tab order.
This is a component that I'm trying to make accessible:
Google has various roles defined for the suggestions list, like role="presentation" for li, role="option" for the actual suggestion text, role="listbox" for t
In our application we have a lot of lists falling under a single label.
With many of the commercial and corporate buildings now having more strict control around entries and exits, I was wondering in terms of accessibility how people with vision impairment are provided
I've stumbled on this very obvious idea while working on a website with a lot of interactive items that lead to separate pages.
I'm developing a serious game for collecting behavioral data and I need to convey to each player some status infor
I have a case where i have tabs and each tabs has a set of information.
I know that underlining non-link text is taboo because it confuses the user into thinking it's a link.
We have an application where users have to subscribe to health plans for 3,6,or 12 months.
I recently built a browser extension like Vimium
On trams and buses, there are often designated priority seats in a special colour for people with special needs.
Near the top of our home page, we have a search bar. Next to the search bar is a VIEW ALL button:
On a website I am creating, the user is prompted to login before they can access the main content page. However, if they do not own an account, they can create one.
In my Android app a user can choose the color of an item. This color is then shown in background with a text on it.
We have inherited the maintenance of a 10+ year old website which has a few links in it that force the link to be opened in the current tab.
I have a case where in one view I have two switching options: "Group by" and "View as".
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