Color enhances the look and feel of a web page. But color can vitiate the user experience for some. Yeah, I too was unaware of it until I met Amelia.… Read More »Meeting Color Contrast with a Difference
Category: Section 508 Testing
We all often come across a game, activity, form, or website where we must perform Drag & Drop functionality to complete our task. It can be enjoyable for some or… Read More »Can drag and drop be made accessible? Yes! It can be in different ways!
We welcomed 2017 with a new charter, in the evolution of WCAG i.e. WCAG 2.1 and a refreshed Section 508 which took a formal effect from January 2018. It’s an exciting… Read More »September 23rd 2018 – Are you ready for the EN 301 549 Standard?
A common myth about web accessibility is that it “Only helps visually impaired”. It’s one we hear again and again. We only want to test with screen readers. This approach… Read More »I want to make a Mobile App Accessible to Visually Impaired! Really?
Happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day! We see it fitting to announce a nifty little project we’ve been working on. It’s a browser extension called the BarrierBreak CSS Accessibility Extension and… Read More »Announcing the BarrierBreak CSS Accessibility Extension
2016 has seen a surge in the demand of accessibility testing services due to the compliance requirements particularly due to various laws and standards in the US, Canada, Australia, and… Read More »Accessibility Testing – Offshore & Captive Model
We at BarrierBreak get to look at a lot of sites and analyse their accessibility errors and successes. One of the most common pain points we find are inaccessible modal… Read More »Accessible modal dialogs: A tricky minefield
We welcome 2017 by celebrating a lot of big changes happening in the land of accessibility guidelines and standards. The Accessibility Guidelines Working Group and WCAG 2.1 One of the… Read More »Some new and upcoming changes to the land of accessibility guidelines and standards