Posted on Monday, 26 October 2015 by Steve Faulkner

For many of us HTML as a language is expressed visually and often implicitly as graphical user interfaces (often dressed in fancy CSS threads). For others it is an aural and explicitly expressed language, one in which shape, color and decoration play little part, its meaning is conveyed by words and interaction behaviours.

Accessibility testing with Android Talkback

Posted on Tuesday, 6 October 2015 by Henny Swan
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Android has a number of accessibility features that are directly affected by how you design and build your website or application. These include: Talkback – a screen reader that uses spoken feedback to describe your actions and to tell you about alerts and notifications on screen Switch Access – enables you to control your device […]