Web Accessibility Checklist
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Aaron Cannon, a blind web developer and accessibility consultant, has shared a great web accessibility checklist that every designer & developer will find handy.
It includes more user experience facts than the technical ones. Just like:
- Avoid CAPTCHAs unless you have no other choice, and even then
they should be avoided. However, if you must use them, provide
an audio CAPTCHA alternative.
- Provide “Skip to content” links at the top of the markup order in
pages with large numbers of navigational links before the main