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Autocomplete values for identifying input purpose

WCAG 2.1 Success Criterion 1.3.5 Identify input purpose is one of the success criterion that is easy to implement but difficult to understand. The success criterion expects content authors to implement a mechanism that the browser can remember user’s personal information that is entered while filling a form. Such remembered information can be automatically filled […]

CSS Content Property

CSS content property inserts content on a web page. The content types include text, images, symbols, emojis etc. The content property use pseudo-elements before and after to place content. Since the content is inserted on the web page using CSS, is the content accessible? Can the screen readers that read content through the browser DOM […]

Business Case For Digital Accessibility

This business case for digital accessibility outlines some common pragmatic concerns in considering digital accessibility. It also explains various approaches teams can take to present the case to business stakeholders. This is version 1 of the document. Up on recieving comments and feedback and additional inputs the next versions may be published. Executive Summary: Reaching […]

What is ableism

ABLEIsm Human ethic to avoid INTRODUCTION One day I was waiting with my white cane and laptop bag to cross the road. I heard the sound of footsteps walking towards me. As the sounds were close to me, I said “Excuse me! Can you help me to cross the road?” No answer but I felt […]

4 aria-mistakes Worth Solving

This article, aria-mistakes is written with my own experiences. While teaching, writing code or reviewing some one else’s code I often see interesting aria-mistakes. I just want to show of them to you now. I have categorized them into 4 types and hence the article is titled 4 aria-mistakes. For mistakes specific to ARIA roles […]

Windows High Contrast Mode And Accessibility Testing

Windows High Contrast Mode (HCM) is an accessibility feature. The settings reside under the Ease of access in Microsoft Windows operating system. The high contrast mode on windows was first introduced in Windows 95. Turning On High Contrast Mode In Windows 10, Select the Start button , and then select Settings. In settings activate Ease […]

GLOBAL ACCESSIBILITY AWARENESS DAY GAAD 2021

The 10th edition of Global Accessibility awareness day GAAD 2021 is on May 20th 2021. Lack of awareness is the primary problem for digital accessibility. As the saying goes, “The world is not a problem the problem is your unawareness.” Almost a decade ago, Jennison Asuncion and Joe Devon, two accessibility evangelists recognized that lack […]

Screen Reader User Experience Survey 1

Maxability screen reader user experience survey is one of its kind to understand the barriers of persons with disabilities in work place. While some of the responses enable web engineers and software developers to get an insight of the screen reader user experiences, the survey aims to collect experiences of screen reader users in their […]

4 Myths about Autism Spectrum Disorder

Let us learn some common myths about autism from the parent of a child on spectrum and renowned  parent councilor Dr Sumana Bhattacharya. Thank you Doctor for sharing your personal experience for the benefit of wonderful parents accross the globe. We hope these myths about autism breaks some common miss conceptions. 4 Autism myths my […]

Accessibility Bulletin January 2021

Accessibility bulletin January 2021 is out. Watch the accessibility news for this month in the video below. Hope you enjoyed our latest blog Happy new year. Accessibility bulletin January 2021 Video Our Social Media Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Subscribe to us on Youtube Follow us on Linkedin

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