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  • sarahmhigley.com

    Sarah Higley’s website meets grade AA overall. The blog has a growing collection of articles all focused on web accessibility which are faultlessly presented with good semantics and colour choices. Thoughtfully Sarah has refrained from publishing her talks until associated transcripts can be included.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
  • scottohara.me

    Scott O’Hara’s website meets grade AA overall. Navigation is simple to locate throughout, including bypass links to jump straight to the main content or return to the header.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
  • aditus.io

    Aditus’ website meets grade AA overall. Everything including presentations, diagrams and SVG graphics are made to be accessible and without compromising on well-thought-out, contemporary design principles.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
  • danabyerly.com

    Dana Byerly’s website meets grade AA overall. It has a consistent layout and presentation of links throughout with clear focus states and meaningful sequence to read content.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
  • whizz-kidz.org.uk

    Whizz Kidz overall meets AA criteria with great attention to detail using well contrasting colours, clear, well spaced out content and navigational aids.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
  • thesession.org

    The Session website comes close to meeting grade AA overall but fails with poor colour contrast on links which also aren’t underlined and form controls with poor focus indicator visibility. The website also includes some broken ARIA references, videos without captions and numerous other accessibility issues related to embedded YouTube videos.

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