Posts in Accessibility

May 25, 2017 Mobile, PC, Tablet

Accessibility improvements in EdgeHTML 15

By Microsoft Edge Team

In last year’s Windows 10 Anniversary Update, we introduced a new architecture for web accessibility, enabling a more accessible web with Microsoft With this dramatically improved foundation, we’ve been hard at work improving the experience even more in EdgeHTML 15… Read more

August 30, 2016 Mobile, PC, Tablet

Building in 10k: Content and Strategy

By Aaron Gustafson

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of posts from the team that built the 10k Apart contest page, exploring the process of building for interoperability, accessibility, and progressive enhancement in less than When Jeffrey Zeldman first approached… Read more

Illustration of a clockwork machine (the 10K Apart "Making Machine" logo) by Sarah Drasner.
August 15, 2016 Mobile, PC, Tablet

What would you do with 10kB?

By Aaron Gustafson

Sixteen years ago, Stewart Butterfield conceived of a contest that would test the mettle of any web designer: The The idea was that entrants would build an entire site in 5kb of code or Its aim was to force us… Read more

Flowchart showing the simplified browser pipeline. Figure 1. Content transformed to the engine model is projected into visual and accessibility views that are presented either as visual or accessible presentation.
April 20, 2016 Mobile, PC, Tablet

Building a more accessible web platform

By Bogdan Brinza and Rossen Atanassov

In February we shared our roadmap for empowering all Microsoft Edge customers through accessibility and inclusive Today, we’re excited to share more about Microsoft Edge’s native support for the modern UI Automation accessibility framework, coming with the Windows 10 Anniversary… Read more