Accessibility Reviews

  1. (Issue No. 16)
    Wayfinding: Writing for Accessibility

    How do you keep accessibility in mind when writing content? Looking at the Transport for London website, Nicole shows us how we can create, organize and maintain accessible content.

  2. (Issue No. 13)
    Making the Transition to HTML5

    Interested in HTML5, but not sure where to go after changing the DOCTYPE? Emily details how a reader-submitted site, Pelizzoli World, can start using HTML5 today to add structure and semantics.

  3. (Issue No. 10)
    Overlays and Lightboxes: Keys to Success

    Derek examines the usefulness and accessibility of JavaScript-based overlays for TapType.

  4. (Issue No. 6)
    A Legendary Misunderstanding

    Aaron unearths code consistency issues at American Express, and shows how we can use fieldset and legend more effectively in the markup of web forms.

  5. (Issue No. 5)
    Curing the jetBlues

    Beyond alt text and semantic markup, Derek discusses how keyboard usage can have significant impact on accessibility of core user tasks, such as booking a flight on