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  • 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)
  • lucid-fox.com

    Lucid Fox meets grade AA overall. Areas that could be tweaked and improved: the footer is contained inside another footer landmark which might cause some confusion for some screen reader users. Additionally, some headings use a gradient background for text colour which periodically transitions to bright orange, that could arguably fail an audit on colour contrast.

    - WCAG AA (overall)
  • wcagaccess.com

    WCAG Accessibility almost meets grade AA overall and looks like a helpful website to follow for accessibility-related articles. Areas to address for compliance include reflow issues for smaller screens or at increased zoom level. Additionally, the menu and search button toggles use an aria-expanded property which doesn’t update correctly.

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