When the HTML main element was created, it was intended to represent the single chunk of content that made up the main content area of the page. This definition was disputed for a long time, so in an effort to have some user data to feed into the discussion, we ran a short survey to […]
For those of us who use screen reading software such as JAWS, NVDA, or VoiceOver to access information on the Web, the user experience can be quite different from those who can visually see the content. One of my goals throughout the many accessibility focused training classes I have led has been to help others […]
This is our second post in a series that digs deeper into the thinking and application of the Inclusive Design Principles. It follows on from the first post Be Consistent. In this article we’ll be looking at the principle of providing a comparable experience: “Ensure your interface provides a comparable experience for all so people can […]
The wait is over! The January 18 delayed compliance date for the revised Section 508 standards is almost upon us. In Part 1 of our Section 508 Refresh series we focused on the background, history and highlighted some of the key changes influencing the revised Section 508 standards. In today’s article, we are shifting focus […]
As 2017 draws to a close, I’d like to share a few of the activities members of the TPG team have been involved in throughout the year. Participating in the web community has long been important to TPG, and 2017 gave us many opportunities to carry on doing so.