So, you’ve just finished the “Developing for web accessibility” course and want to know what you could focus on next to continue expanding your knowledge?

Assistive technology videos

A series of short videos demonstrating various assistive technologies in action.

WCAG resources

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 covers a wide range of recommendations for making Web content more accessible. The key documents are:

ARIA Resources

WAI-ARIA, the Accessible Rich Internet Applications Suite, defines a way to make Web content and Web applications more accessible to people with disabilities. The key documents are:

General resources

Accessibility Not-Checklist

The Not-Checklist acts as a guide to make sure you haven’t missed anything. If you’re new to accessibility, the resource provides a foundation – it’s an overview of what you’ll need to consider, but it won’t teach you WCAG from front to back.

Accessibility Support

Detailed documentation that defines whether your code work with assistive technologies.

HTML and screen reader test cases

A series of HTML test cases to determine how they are announced in different screen reader / browser combinations.

Chatbot Accessibility Playbook

This detailed playbook presents actionable recommendations for improving chatbot accessibility.

Understanding disabilities and impairments: user profiles

A set of profiles highlighting common barriers users face when accessing digital services and tips for designing services everyone can use.

A Complete Guide To Accessible Front-End Components

An alphabetical list of all accessible components

Inclusive Components

All about designing inclusive web interfaces, piece by piece.

React Aria

A library of React Hooks that provides accessible UI primitives for your design system.

Accessibility articles

CodePens from session 1

CodePens from session 2

CodePens from session 3

CodePens from session 4

CodePens from session 5