Requirements and useful resources
Web accessibility is not a distinct aspect of a website design but rather an integral part of overall usability.
By including accessibility principles in our design and development process, we can better identify barriers and find solutions that make websites more inclusive and user-friendly.
Below you’ll find a checklist of web accessibility requirements and links to resources on how to apply them and create better digital experiences.
By clicking on each item on the checklist, you’ll get to the resource. Resources are from:
▸ W3C Web Accessibility Initiative
▸ MDN Web Docs
Basic accessibility requirements
➡ Different states for interactive elements
➡ Contrast between text & background
Advanced accessibility requirements
➡ Blinking and flashing content
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