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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).
I'm seeking Accessible Highlighting online and not seeing much.
I'm working on a project currently where the client organisation deals with vulnerable people regularly.
My question is similar to Should inline validation check emp
I was working on a mobile project and I faced a problem.
How do i show if there are two different action on a single object in mobile.
Recently when I was using Gmail i ought to notice that Gmail runs an algorithm by which if user types " I have attached " in a mail and does not actually attach mail it shows a dialog confirmation
I'm looking to define what makes more sense in a page visual hierarchy for both visual design / consistency & accessibility.
So as we expected, most users are visiting website on their phone, for some big phones there might be this issue, but if you're an iPhone 5 user or other 4 inch phone user you might found out that
I am taking an HCI class this semester at school and one thing that is glaringly obvious is how the design of current online platforms is wanting in certain areas such as accessibility.
On Vimeo.com, you could paginate using keyboard arrows, if you want to. I haven't seen this functionality on any other website. Is keyboard pagination a good option?
I recently noticed some differences in amazon.com and Amazon.in.
I am currently working on an enterprise website with loads of different views/content.
I'm interested in making sure some of our sites are usable by people using screen readers.
I am working on a password strength checker and I was wondering if there is an ARIA and accessibility friendly way to make the screen reader to speak the letters when the input field has type="pass
Should we include directions to a user in the UI content that tells them to do something that is visually obvious?
In Bootstrap there are dedicated alerts.
This question already has an answer here:
Apologies in advance: this is a bit of a long set-up for a short question!
I have been working on a project where I had a case of showing a different set of data (different views) in different tabs.
I had a case where there is a view and on that user can apply any filter.
Once filter is applied > it affects all the tabs present in that view.
To my knowledge, to avoid distractions in reading flow underlines should be avoided in any circumstance, not just hyperlinks. BBC avoids coloring them at all and boldface them instead.
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