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:

  1. Accessible navigation menu with multiple drop-down menus that’s accessible on keyboard and touch screens
  2. An accessible testimonials carousel that both politely announces itself to screen-readers using ARIA live regions and is accessible on keyboards and touchscreens
  3. An accessible HTML costs table that utilizes ARIA attributes to manage scope and roles as well as Javascript
  4. Logical document outlines, text alternatives, screen-reader consideration, color/contrast sensitivity, and more, in line with semantic HTML and coding standards.

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