A few months ago I contributed to a blog post of web accessibility examples that I thought some of you might find useful. The sections for BBC and GOV.UK contain some advanced screen reader tricks and ARIA markup, with screenshots to illustrate how each solution works:
Inviqa Blog - Web accessibility examples: 5 sites doing it right
Does anyone else know of any other sites that have good examples of different technical accessibility solutions? For example:
- Well-implemented ARIA techniques (where vanilla HTML and CSS don’t quite cut it)
- CSS hacks like visually-hidden/screen-reader-only classes to provide alternative/additional information to screen reader users.
- Good use of the tabindex attribute to improve keyboard navigation.
Also, if anyone has any examples (from their own site or someone else’s) that they’re not sure about, you could post them here for others to test!