HomeArticlesAccessibility – The State of the Web Accessibility – The State of the Web By Juan Cameron October 16, 2019 Articles, Blog 13 Comments Tags:a11y, a11ycasts, accessibility, accessibility guidelines, accessibility in product design, accessibility tips, accessibility tools, accessibility udacity webinar, accessible web apps, chrome accessibility, chrome developers, chrome tips, chrome tools, developing for disabilities, nektarios paisios, rick viscomi, The state of the web, tips for designing for accessibility, WCAG 2.1, web accessibility, web content accessibility guidelines, Web standards Related Posts CSS Grid Course Pączek w CSS przy użyciu jednego DIVa! Cream Puff “Crack Buns” (Choux au Craquelin) – Food Wishes About Author admin 13 Comments Kindle Fire January 2, 2019 The state of the web is that Google chrome still uses a lot of RAM! Reply Moises Garcia Marquez January 3, 2019 Making the screen go black was intentional at 18:17? Reply Ojasvi Singh 786 January 3, 2019 👏👏👏👏 Reply Grzegorz T. January 3, 2019 This video should be viewed by every person involved in the creation of websites Reply Vishal sundararajan January 3, 2019 all the web apps that i have worked on has zero percentage for Accessibility. i'm looking for a automated software that would turn a web app for Accessibility Reply Robert Komaromi January 4, 2019 Talking about accessibility, it would be nice to mute the background music in the video. Although I find it bearable for a short time, I like to play videos at 1.5x to 2x speed, and at that speed, music turns into annoying, distracting noise. Reply Hidden driver January 4, 2019 Aria everything Reply Karun Kamal January 8, 2019 finally, people are gonna take e508 seriously ! Reply Sophie January 14, 2019 Hello ! Someone knows what's the name of the music in background ? I'll want it to work ! Reply Mathieu Schmidt January 23, 2019 Great content but what up with the background music? Reply Alan Lengkoan February 7, 2019 Amazing 👏👏👏👏 Reply Giulia Campanella April 2, 2019 It would be great to have an updated version of this without the background music. Reply WebGirl Jenn June 17, 2019 Love the comment on web components in Chrome! Very important to incorporate! Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.