How to Make your JavaScript Accessible Without Losing Your Sanity (or your Hair)

A presentation at DEVNEXUS in in Atlanta, GA, USA by Todd Libby

A high-level talk about making JavaScript accessible for assistive technologies and methods to ensure an accessible experience for all when we use JavaScript.


The following resources were mentioned during the presentation or are useful additional information.

  • The WebAIM Million

    The 2024 report on the accessibility of the top 1,000,000 home pages.

  • Disabled buttons suck

    Showing buttons as disabled until a form is complete might seem like a good idea. It is not. They usually create a lousy user experience and exclude many people with disabilities. Here’s why disabled buttons suck and what to do instead.

  • The most accessible JavaScript framework

    A look at JavaScript frameworks and how they are accessible, the good, the bad, and the info you need to make decisions on the framework you use.