Good Kaizen – accessibility
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Making a website accessible for everyone is easier than you may think. We discuss 10 foolproof tips that, when implemented, will improve the accessibility of your website.
Maintaining a high level of accessibility in a web application can be challenging sometimes, especially when the application has features that require a lot of user interaction. Drag-and-drop is a perfect example of such a feature, and it's one that may seem like it can't possibly be accessible, but with a little extra code, it can be. In this post, we'll discuss how to make an accessible drag-and-drop component in Vue.
Many aspects of web accessibility are implemented through code, but code isn't the only thing that matters. A website's design plays a crucial role in ensuring its accessibility. In this post, we'll discuss a few aspects of a website's design that can help ensure the site is accessible to all users.
As web developers, we need to make sure that the way in which we build our sites and applications doesn't make them difficult, or even impossible, for some of our users to use. In this post, we'll discuss how using semantic HTML can improve the accessibility of a website and earn easy accessibility wins without much, if any, extra code.