Link Accessibility - Colors Are Not Enough
Hyperlinks inside text blocks shouldn't be solely distinguished by color.
According to a less frequently mentioned accessibility principle, hyperlinks inside text blocks shouldn't be solely distinguished by color. Not only because users with low vision, color deficiency, and other visual impairments can't always recognize these links, but it's also easier for regular users to skim through the content if links...
Software Documentation Is Part of Accessibility
Documentation accessibility doesn't only help users with disabilities but also impacts how many people pick up a new tool.
We mostly discuss accessibility as a way to enable people with disabilities to use a tool (website, application, etc.) with as little information loss as possible. However, the accessibility needs of users who don't have any disabilities but experience other kinds of hardships are less widely discussed.
The lack of...