Accessibility bugs in iOS with Safari

I was recently volunteering on a project to build a responsive webapp where we used standards to ensure compatibility with screen reader software. Everything was going well; all the necessary markup was in place as recommended on the WebAIM site. Field sets, labels and buttons ordered correctly. I turned on screen reader options and everything was read back […]

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Civic hacking with Impact: Raising Visibility of (In)Accessibility in Philadelphia

A broken elevator at 5th and Market Station - Westbound platform access

Just over a year ago I started a volunteer civic project with Code for Philly called UnlockPhilly at a Hackathon called Apps for Philly Transit. UnlockPhilly’s aim: to raise awareness of good and bad accessibility by mapping accessible stations, elevator outages and accessible venues in Philadelphia. This blog post reviews progress made so far and describes […]

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