I want this website to be usable by as many people as possible, regardless of device, browser, network speed, or ability.
- It meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.1 at level AA
- A good number of AAA success criteria in WCAG 2.1 have also been met
- All of the success criteria (A, AA, and AAA) in the up-coming WCAG version 2.2 are satisfied
I’m not going to go into the work I’ve done on things like keyboard focus indicators, colour contrast, respecting user preferences, and so on; there’s too much to list, and one feature is not necessarily more important than another.
I regularly use my website with the keyboard only, various screen readers, and speech recognition software. I also run automated tests with every change I make to the codebase using axe.
While I’m not aware of any current issues with this website, there’s a chance that something has been missed or broken:
- There’s a lot of content
- I continually tweak and iterate the design and code