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Web accessibility: one form suits all?

There are bigger or smaller web forms on almost every website, but a lot can go wrong with them. From the accessibility aspect, the form must be simple, understandable, and navigable with a keyboard (for example, for a person with motor impairment who is unable to use a mouse) as well as various assistive technologies, such as a screen reader (software that reads out everything that happens on the screen to a blind user). Let's see how to do that.

Web accessibility: a colourful world

It is time to switch to some accessibility topics again and today, we will focus on one of the most important pillars in web design – colours. When showing information and relationships, we cannot rely solely on colour, because we all see colours a little differently, and for some they look more similar than to others. Use patterns, layouts, dotted lines, and other creative solutions!

Who is WAS - Web Accessibility Specialist?

An accessible website is more flexible and user-friendly and suits different needs, preferences and situations. Accessible web is a major step towards a more independent life for people with special needs and the elderly, enabling them to use online services, information and entertainment. Trinidad Wiseman has been committed to improving digital accessibility for years.