In this episode, we talk about the new Audit History add-on for Accessibility Checker, and take stock of what we’re thankful for in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday.
In this episode, Amber and Steve interview Alex Stine on a variety of topics from his professional background and how he got into WordPress to advice.
In this episode, we discuss automated accessibility reporting, and how it can impact the customer experience for web hosts, digital agencies, and website maintenance providers, and we go over the many ways in which organizations can benefit from embracing and advocating for accessibility best practices.
In this episode, we discuss different types of accessibility documentation that websites and applications might use from general accessibility statements to VPATs.
We discuss common accessibility problems found in WordPress plugins and offer practical advice on when to evaluate, remediate, or abandon third-party software that has usability issues.
In this episode, we recap our experience at WordCamp US 2023 from accessibility talks to Contributor Day, to being an event sponsor.
The team talks about accessibility considerations in navigation menus, toolbars, and mega menus, and the things they are thinking about as they get ready to redesign the navigation experience on their own website.
Amber, Steve, and new Equalize Digital team member and Senior Plugin Developer Matt, discuss Accessibility Checker’s new front-end highlighting feature, why we built it, and the future adjustments we’re working on.
We talk about HighEdWeb Accessibility Summit 2023, annual event that provides individuals in higher education the opportunity to learn best practices and share stories related to web accessibility.
We compare and contrast the use of pagination, “load more,” and infinite scroll when presenting users with a large quantity of information on the web.
Hosts and Joe Dolson talk about contributing to WordPress and how community members can get involved in making the core platform more accessible.
Hosts, along Bet Hannon and Anne-Mieke, focus on the art of selling accessibility and the specific strategies and arguments you can use to convince other people to adopt these best practices.
Hosts discuss lists and how both the proper and improper use of lists can impact the experience of assistive technology users on the web.
Hosts discuss creating quality alternative text for images, important considerations when applying alternative text, best practices inside the WordPress ecosystem, and whether automated alternative text solutions are truly ready for mainstream use.
Hosts discuss accessible tables on websites, their use cases, and why semantic HTML is to this day an essential skill for most developers.
In this episode, our hosst, along with two very special guests, talk about the ways in which accessibility and SEO intersect, and what our rapidly evolving online world has in store for us in the next few years.