WCAG and user testing
People with disabilities need your websites and apps to comply with the WCAG guidelines. We will gladly help with auditing and making sure all of the criteria are met so that everyone can access your fantastic products!
We also have years of experience with user testing, and we specialize in diversity. That means we can do tests together with people with different disabilities to make sure your products work for everyone! We now also perform remote tests via Zoom!
Top seven free color contrast checkers & analyzers
Here are seven great free tools that help you measure color contrasts and create beautiful, accessible color schemes that fulfill the contrast requirements in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
143.75% font size sucks
Interacting with our fan base is a fulfilling part of my job. Yesterday I got a request to write an article on why the font size on this site sucks. So let’s not waste any time and get straight to it!
Testing is a scary word
Can you keep a secret? Here’s why you should keep testing your product with users, but not say that’s what you’re doing. Basically – how to test with users without anyone knowing!
What’s new in the European EN-standard update from 2.1.2 to 3.2.1?
In the EU, the laws on digital accessibility for the public sector all point to a standard called EN 301 549. It’s been updated, and here in Europe a lot of people who work with web sites and apps are asking what this means for them.
The foot-in-door-somersault-strategy. Making accessibility laws your superpower
Accessibility is exciting, user-centered and should make you jump out of bed each workday morning with a proud grin on your face. Accessibility legislation is boring, text-centered and makes you snooze your alarm at least four times before getting up. But let’s see how to use the boring laws to get to do exciting, high impact work!