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  • yasingenc.net

    Yasin’s website meets grade AA overall with good colour choices, landmarks and navigational aids with visible focus states. A small but non-essential improvement for screen reader users could be to remove the word “navigation” from navigation landmarks.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
  • almanac.httparchive.org

    The Web Almanac meets grade AA overall. Navigational dropdowns function well to handle the large amount of content well for assistive technology users. Additionally, PDFs published on the site are accessible.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
    Updated audit
  • thesession.org

    The Session website meets grade AA overall with some additional accessible features such as a bypass link for reaching the main navigation.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
    Updated audit
  • ohhelloana.blog

    Ana Rodrigues’ website meets grade AA overall. Structure and colour choices are good along with well structured landmarks.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
    Updated audit
  • hiddedevries.nl

    Hidde de Vries’ website almost meets grade AA overall with good colour choices and visible focus states. A few pages have low colour contrast on image captions, missing alternative text on avatars and orphaned labels for form controls. One of the headings uses aria-label with text that is not presented in the same way visually. There are also some small reflow issues with overflowing content at different screen sizes and zoom levels.

  • francoscarpa.com

    Franco Scarpa’s website nearly meets AA overall with good use of landmarks throughout and good colour choices.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
    Updated audit
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