Definitely some very useful information for developers. This stuff is core knowledge that needs to be grasped by developers before getting to the point of using tools or trying to test with assistive technology. I think it’s also useful information for testers as well as assistive technology users, if for no other reason than we are often tasked with doing advocacy work, and it’s to our advantage to try to make sure that the information we’re passing on is accurate so that accessibility problems can be fixed, and not just temporarily. Well, that’s the hope, anyway.
Glad you liked it 🙂
Thanks. I think it’s turned into a full-blown rabbit hole which could be really bad for my productivity. Can I count clicking and reading accessibility articles as productivity?
Bah, it’s knowledge investment, nothing wrong with that ?