The insider news on accessibility - straight from the experts
Reach Above Low-Hanging Fruit for A High-Quality User Experience
TPGi’s Senior Accessibility Platform Consultant explains why teams using Axe alone caught fewer issues, but teams that favored ARC Rules in monitoring found more accessibility barriers. Read more about how Axe compares to ARC.
How to Make Your Locker Kiosks Accessible
Lockers for unattended item pickup, storage, and drop-off are becoming more common. The software and security of these lockers function as kiosks and, therefore, need to be made accessible.
What Is a Screen Reader, and Why are They Important?
Screen readers are an assistive technology that speaks aloud the text on a digital screen using a speech synthesizer. The structure of a website impacts how a screen reader interacts with a web page, consequently impacting accessibility.
Note: this article is part of a series of free ARC KnowledgeBase database techniques.
Despite initially thinking otherwise, the Chief Accessibility Officer at TPGi tested and found that aria-current is exposed in the browser accessibility tree regardless of role (implicit role=generic or explicit role=none). Screen readers such as JAWS, NVDA and VoiceOver announce it on the test cases. Check out a reminder of why it’s important to question your advice and test it out.
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