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  • tollwerk.de

    Tollwerk’s website overall gets a grade AAA with visually consistent accessible features throughout. This includes extra effort to design focus state styles which are consistent across different web browsers and an elegant, fully accessible approach for displaying dropdown menus in the main navigation. Credit also to a well-designed carousel that’s fully controllable and doesn’t autoplay when reduced motion preference is switched on.

    - WCAG AAA (overall)
  • matthiasott.com

    Matthias Ott’s website nearly meets grade AA overall aside from some issues with colour contrast for text placed directly over hero images along with some colours for headings and tags being too bright. Additionally the focus order for the Links archive doesn’t have a sequential navigation order, including an <aside> landmark nested inside <article>. Font sizing and line space is good with all links underlined, making content easy to read and understandable.

  • jshakespeare.com

    James Shakespeare’s website meets grade AAA overall. Pages have a simple but logical structure with everything contained in landmarks making it easy for screen reader users to navigate through the content and navigation.

    - WCAG AAA (overall)
  • ohhelloana.blog

    Ana Rodrigues’ website almost meets grade AA overall. Structure and colour choices are good, however the sites lacks a mechanism to bypass repeated blocks such as the primary navigation although relatively small.

  • tink.uk

    Léonie’s website overall meets WCAG grade AAA with good use of colour, structure and landmarks. All links are underlined and focus states have additional styling to make them clear. Toggle buttons for blog post archives are correctly coded with Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) allowing for easier keyboard navigation. The colour contrast ratios are excellent meaning it caters for all kinds of vision impairment along with a preference option for light and dark modes.

    - WCAG AAA (overall)
  • Inclusive Components

    Heydon Pickering’s pattern library website meets grade AAA overall. It’s a clean, functional layout with consistent presentation of links, navigation and use of landmarks. This is a fantastic accessible resource for making accessible components for the web that any web developer should have saved in their bookmarks.

    - WCAG AAA (overall)
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