3 steps to fulfill 80% standards with 20% effort
Make your website usable with keyboard only: make sure that focus outline is visible all the time and user can determine which element is currently focusedno extra/unnecessary TAB stopsno tabstop traps (when you cannot get out of an element with the keyboard)
Implement smart focus management:
set focus on appropriate elements after user actions (e.g., when a user navigates to a page with a login form – set the focus on the login text field; in 90% of the cases the next user action will be entering the login)restore focus to appropriate elements after user actions (e.g., when a user closes a menu, focus should be restored to the element that was focused on before opening the menu)make tab order user-friendly (remove non-actionable and non-informative tab stops)
Make your website usable with screen reader:
Quite often I receive requests to check the accessibility of a web page and say if it is accessible or not. In most of the cases the request is to identify high level accessibility issues to include in a business presentation. Being a screen reader user I can read through the page and identify few accessibility problems within 15 to 20 minutes. I thought of putting together 10 check points that can be checked by any consultant in 10 minutes and identify if the page is accessible on a high level.
curated by (Lifekludger)
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