There has been a lot of buzz recently about Artificial Intelligence, with some people speculating that we are approaching the long-awaited AI revolution. This hype has been chiefly generated by recent advanced algorithms powering ChatGPT and other language-related models. While I believe that these models are still a far cry from general AI (AI which… Continue reading Enhancing Accessibility with AI and ML
A new version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is almost ready. WCAG 2.2 should be finalized in August 2023. This is a minor version update. If you are already familiar with WCAG 2.0 and/or 2.1, you probably have a number of questions. And we’ve got up-to-date answers! Why isn’t WCAG 2.2 ready yet?… Continue reading Almost Ready! WCAG 2.2 is one small step away from being officially done!
If you’re a regular reader of the Deque blog, you may be asking yourself, haven’t I read this already? Well my friend, you may have. In September 2022, WCAG 2.2 reached the Candidate Recommendation (CR) stage for the first time. Then on January 25, 2023, WCAG 2.2 entered a second round of CR. And, you… Continue reading Are we there yet? WCAG 2.2 is at the Candidate Recommendation v3
Over the past few years, browsers like Firefox and Chrome have provided tools to better protect their users with advanced security features. The latest release of axe-core, axe-core 4.0 enables us to test accessibility even in the most security-aware environments. Improvements in axe-core 4.0 include support of Content Security Policy and has additional options for… Continue reading Axe-core 4.0 is Here!
On the surface, web browsers seem very similar. They all provide you with a relatively straightforward way to get online and search for the content that you need. However, the more time you spend building your skills as a designer/developer, the more you’ll recognize the need for a unique kind of browsing experience. Fortunately, we’ve found… Continue reading 6 Best Browsers for Developers in 2020
Color accessibility is an important part of visual accessibility. People with various types of visual impairments, such as color blindness and low vision, perceive colors in different ways. As a result, the meaning of colors becomes less significant or is completely lost for users with visual disabilities. Although most articles on color accessibility give design tips… Continue reading CSS Tips for Better Color and Contrast Accessibility
The user experience on a website matters the most; the content on it being of parallel value. A website’s user experience is all about making the navigation and the buyer’s journey of a prospective customer/visitor as smooth as possible and providing them with everything that they need to complete an action or a transaction, given… Continue reading Boost Your Website Loading Speed with CSS Hacks
Google Chrome is the most popular web browser used by web developers today. With a quick six week release cycle and a powerful set of ever expanding developer features turned the browser into a must have tool. Most of you are probably familiar with many of its features like live-editing CSS, using the console and… Continue reading 15 Must-Know Chrome DevTools Tips and Tricks