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postcss-wcag-contrast

by jonathantneal

Check CSS for WCAG color contrast compliance

Color

by soffes

Color utilities for macOS, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS

what-input

by ten1seven

A global utility for tracking the current input method (mouse/pointer, keyboard or touch).

aria

by w3c

Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA)

ally.js

by medialize

JavaScript library to help modern web applications with accessibility concerns

microtip

by ghosh

💬 Modern, minimal, a11y enabled, ultra lightweight css tooltip library. Just 1kb.

nvda

by nvaccess

NVDA, the free and open source Screen Reader for Microsoft Windows

wet-boew

by wet-boew

Web Experience Toolkit (WET): Open source code library for building innovative websites that are accessible, usable, interoperable, mobile-friendly and multilingual. This collaborative open source project is led by the Government of Canada.

berkeley-doc-summarizer

by gregdurrett

The Berkeley Document Summarizer is a learning-based, single-document summarization system that extracts source document content, exploits syntactic information to compress it, and uses coreference constraints to ensure clarity.

pupil

by pupil-labs

Open source eye tracking

pipeline

by daisy

Super-project that aggregates all Pipeline related code, provides a common tracker for Pipeline related issues and holds the Pipeline website

AccessSniff

by yargalot

Automated accessibility testing using HTML_Codesniffer (WCAG and Section508)

pa11y-dashboard

by pa11y

Pa11y Dashboard is a web interface which helps you monitor the accessibility of your websites

colorPicker

by PitPik

Advanced javaScript color picker and color conversion / calculation (rgb, hsv, hsl, hex, cmyk, cmy, XYZ, Lab, alpha, WCAG 2.0, ...)

a11y

by addyosmani

Accessibility audit tooling for the web (beta)

phonegap-mobile-accessibility

by phonegap

PhoneGap plugin to expose mobile accessibility APIs.

Mobile-A11y-TF-Note

by w3c

Editor's Draft of W3C Note. "Mobile Accessibility: How WCAG 2.0 and UAAG 2.0 Apply to Mobile Devices" from the Mobile Accessibility Task Force of the WCAG WG and UAAG WG.

speak.js

by kripken

Text-to-Speech in JavaScript using eSpeak

OpenATFrontEnd

by openassistive

a front-end to OpenAssistive