A presentation at View Source Conference in in Portland, OR, USA by Stephanie Hobson
Making our sites easier to use for users who face vision or mobility challenges makes them easier for everyone to use. From larger hit areas to clear indications of state, we’ll cover a few simple things we can start and stop doing with CSS to make websites faster to navigate with a keyboard, easier to use with a coarse pointer, and usable even without visual formatting.
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