Today we welcome Michael Hulet to the show, an iOS expert here at Chariot. We cover accessibility in the context of iOS development to help you build more accessible, easy-to-maintain solutions leaning on available tools and frameworks.
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- Current Web Content Accessibility Guides (WCAG). Note: these are only a starting point, not a be-all-end-all. A great accessibility experience is one that’s tailored to each individual app – but the guidelines do a good job of describing what kinds of things great accessibility experiences think about.
- WCAG Levels: A, AA, AAA – what do they mean? What’s the difference?
- How to test for accessibility on OS X
- Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines – best practices that can help you design a great experience for any Apple platform
- Some reading: iOS Access for All
Producer note: This episode took place on March 8th, 2023. This is a recording. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up with all our new tech content.