I believe Web Accessibility should be standard in every web application and apply the W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) guidelines in each of my projects where applicable.
Some examples of how I have implemented web accessibility into everyday web projects include:
- Accessible navigation menu with multiple drop-down menus that’s accessible on keyboard and touch screens
- An accessible testimonials carousel that both politely announces itself to screen-readers using ARIA live regions and is accessible on keyboards and touchscreens
- Logical document outlines, text alternatives, screen-reader consideration, color/contrast sensitivity, and more, in line with semantic HTML and coding standards.