Slippy Sliders

Slippy Sliders: the best place to hide things from your visitors

Carousel sliders are still popular despite years of lackluster effectiveness.…


Cognitive Load: Don't Let Overload Sink Your Boat

Web Cognitive Load: Don't Let Overload Sink Your Boat

Your visitors’ ability to get the most out of your website depends on their…


old man in a suit sitting on a dock reading to sharks

Reading to Sharks: Basic Screen Reader Testing

Your site attracts blind visitors in addition to sharks and their blind…


AIR Accessibility Internet Rally: salesforce, Knowbility

Competition Report: Accessibility Internet Rally

My journey in the Accessible Internet Rally was illuminating on a number of…


shark and bull facing off

Bulls Can’t See Red, Can Sharks?

A Deep Dive Into Contrast RatiosIt may be time for some hard decisions. You’ve…


Keep Your Eyes on the Prize

Keep Your Eyes on the Prize: Accessibility Monitoring and Why You Need It

Setting your website up with accessibility monitoring for compliance will…


man from behind sitting on a comfy chair in nature with his laptop on his lap

Summer Plans: Get Ready for Black Friday

The Black Friday weekend will only mean all it can to your ecommerce store if…


Become Accessible to Get the Disabled Access Tax Credit

Become Accessible to Get the Disabled Access Tax Credit

The government incentivizes businesses to become accessible by offering the…


black and white etching of bound and blindfolded man being made to walk the plank of a ship

Walk the Plank: Accessible Menus

Our accessibility series to this point has explored some generalities of…