23 Apr 2023
Hide text in CSS pseudo elements from screen readers with this one weird trick
Learn how to hide decorative text generated by CSS pseudo elements from screen readers, so that your weird and wonderful designs don't interrupt the flow of the text.
29 Nov 2021
How to load responsive images in AVIF and WebP using the HTML picture element
AVIF claims to offer 30% better compression than current alternatives such as WebP. It’s optimized for the web, designed with a low computation footprint, and what’s more — it’s open source. But should you be using AVIF? As usual, it depends! And if you'd like to try it out, here's a complete guide on how to serve responsive images in multiple formats to the browser using the HTML picture element.
16 May 2021
How to make your font sizes accessible with CSS
Everyone uses the web differently. Here's how to make sure your website respects font size preferences specified in browser settings using two important CSS concepts.
3 May 2021
When to use aria-labels in your HTML
Confused about when to use aria-label for #a11y? Let's look at one of the most important ways to use aria-labels in your HTML to ensure your website provides contextual information to screen-readers and assistive technologies.
26 Feb 2021
How to make your code blocks accessible on your website
If you’re a developer or technical writer who publishes content on the internet, you’ll want to make sure your code examples are presented beautifully for your audience to consume. But how do you ensure your code blocks adhere to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) standards?