Accessibility Blog Posts

All kinds of people visit your site. So how do you ensure that your user experience remains... well... usable?

  1. Subtle Web Accessibility Issues (And How to Fix Them)

    You've scored 100 on Lighthouse's accessibility audit. But is your site actually accessible, or have you overlooked more subtle accessibility issues?

  2. An Accessible Jekyll Table of Contents

    Easily create a table of contents in your Jekyll blog posts with one simple include, with a skip navigation link to make things accessible for keyboard users.

  3. Semantic HTML: Building a More Accessible Web

    Accessibility is a hot topic, yet it's also frequently overlooked or executed poorly. Learn how to use semantic HTML to create an accessible user experience.