“Accessible HTML Content Patterns” by Eric Bailey

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Accessibility, though unfortunately often still treated as an afterthought, is a key part of developing and providing software products, web applications in particular.

Accessibility, mark you, isn’t just an enabler for those with special needs, although that’s sufficient reason for paying attention to your web apps being accessible. Accessibility also is about designing products and processes to be accessible regardless of the device they’re used on, the circumstance they’re used in and the people they’re used by.

In that vein, designer Eric Bailey has published a useful overview of accessible HTML content patterns.

After all, HTML has been designed to be accessible right from its inception, a fact that seemingly was forgotten over time and only recently seems to have been rediscovered, which is why the importance of accessibility in web applications can’t be emphasised enough.

About the author: Bjoern
Independent IT consultant, entrepreneur

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