neoweb4u|Web site Developer I Advertising and marketing I Social Media Advertising and marketing I Content material Creators I Branding Creators I Administration I System Resolution|Accessible Internet Design: What Is It & How To Do It

neoweb4u|Web site Developer I Advertising and marketing I Social Media Advertising and marketing I Content material Creators I Branding Creators I Administration I System Resolution|Accessible Internet Design: What Is It & How To Do It


Neoweb4u|Learn Pablo’s put up about Accessibility: https://uxdesign.cc/designing-for-accessibility-is-not-that-hard-c04cc4779d94 Talked about Chrome extention: …


46 thoughts on “neoweb4u|Web site Developer I Advertising and marketing I Social Media Advertising and marketing I Content material Creators I Branding Creators I Administration I System Resolution|Accessible Internet Design: What Is It & How To Do It

  1. Awesome breakdown of the different aspects of web accessibility! 🙌

  2. So basically you think it's about old school usability, pretty sure there's WAY more to it than this. For instance, you ever heard of a screen reader?

  3. this guy is in love with tht purple hue light and purple color, just a simple suggestion get a bigger light with a fading screen and point it at an angle on your face from left or right of the camera

  4. It's a good accessible web design video

  5. Thanks a lot, very useful video.

  6. Imagine being sued over poor contrast

  7. I love your videos , but it would be great if you do more tutorials on this

  8. It would be great if you had a transcript for this (since it's about accessibility). I have an invisible disability (ADHD) and LOOOVE transcripts because your video is
    t-o-o sl-o-o-o-w-w-w…

  9. This was the first time I knew so much about accessibility. Thanks

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  11. AccessiBe is a great product and it's soo easy to use but there is one BIG disadvantage: you can't translate on your own the fileds like you can in some free plugin's (which are not so great like accessiBe). I really like it, but at the moment, not being able to translate is a deal break for me.

  12. It would be awesome if you added official captions to this accessibility video since it's about accesibility 🙂

  13. jump to 4:00 if you want to skip right to the useful info

  14. This was super clear and simple. Thank you for sharing! (@blueprintcreative.co)

  15. Thank you Flux. I am new to web developing/designing. I am like so new as in I’m taking a class. Your channel was recommend by edX. Thank you for the great education and food for thought I am now a subscriber. I look forward to learning from you!

  16. Did you say you are from Israel? Love you man, that’s the land of my saviour Jesus Christ. May God bless you.

  17. You'd better get this right, because Accessibility Karens are on a rampage.

  18. Keep up producing useful tutorials. All the best.

  19. Thank you! This is such a helpful video 🙂

  20. ran: makes a video on web accessibility
    also ran: doesn't caption the video
    Great video, though.

  21. Ran! I always love watching your videos! It also so happens to be that I work for an Israeli company out of Ramat Gan that is US' largest provider for web accessibility since our solution does it all automatically and with Ai with one single line of JS code. That even means providing alt tags for pictures using several different technologies like OCR and IRIS to achieve WCAG 2.1 AA compliance. I would love to discuss a collaboration to get it showcased on your channel! Talk to me directly 🙂

  22. Great video. Firefox also has a browser based accessibility extension that annotates errors and it's called WAVE.

  23. Hey Ran. Great video. When you mention 'Developed correctly' at 11:00 and you discuss 'article' 'navigation' 'footer' etc, does Webflow do this correctly when it exports the code?

  24. Maybe just make the label the same color as the background to have both labels.

  25. Accessibility has always been a bit of a conflicting topic for me. While obviously we can all agree that it's very important, doing it the 100% correct way often introduces a lot of restrictions to the design meaning less creativity/originality, and potentially significantly increases development time, which a lot of clients don't want to pay for (and yet some people expect this stuff by default). A lot of the smaller sites we make in our agency will most likely never have a visitor that actually makes use of the features either, so it's mostly just difficult to justify the sacrifices, especially financially. We try to always cover the basic stuff like alt tags, focus states, sometimes tabindexes and screenreader texts and such, but proper WCAG compliance is only a topic discussed when the clients themselves want it and are willing to pay for the extra work.

  26. Like the new setup, except for the light positioning. It changes a lot and distracts me from what you're saying..

  27. I like your Nielsen Norman Group-ish approach videos. You know… the basics. 🙂 Looking forward this new season of longer and more in-depth videos

  28. wave.webaim.org is also good for accessibility testing. But consider accessibility testing with real users

  29. This is a growing issue in our industry – thanks for the good tips and suggestions, Ran. Everything you mentioned is just the sort of thing that had management and my developer friends and colleagues in a previous job all running around in circles trying to get the company’s older websites compliant. As you suggest – it’s so much better for us to tackle accessibility as early in the design/development cycle as possible.

  30. Excellent video, Ran. Watched this video last night and I literally ran into an issue today that was resolved with information that I learned from this video.

  31. I have been waiting for someone to put out content like this! Accessibility is absolutely fascinating. My company has started to implement this in my UX team. I'm also working on my portfolio and making it fully accessible with webflow. Please let me know if I can share my findings with you. 🙂 I've had to change my way of thinking when choosing elements like divs vs lists. I've also figured out how to use aria labels. That really brings screenreaders to life.

  32. I cannot stop looking into the light. I suggest adding a new one to your left to balance and focus on you or put the existing one outside the frame. Sorry for being annoying

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  34. I think both developers and designers have equal responsibility to be aware of accessibility. I made a video recently that compliments yours where I give practical examples while auditing TheFutur’s website they built using Webflow.


  35. Very interesting topic Gray Simon from designcours talk about this like 3 week ago something like that but when you talk about it sound very important thank you 🙃

  36. Hey Ran this is an amazing informated video. Learnt a lot from it. Hope you carry on with this series like this.

  37. I just want to say you are doing great work.
    But you are also working on your videos.

    I think that magenta light should be outside the view.

  38. Looking at the accessibe.com website makes me doubt that these guys know what they're doing.

  39. Very well Ran Segall, The tool sounds really interesting, looking forward to exploring the same.

  40. What kinds of laws are these? They are Israeli laws?
    That story of suing is crazy…

  41. Hey! Flux it's tutorial very helpful for & all designer If you have online UI UX mentorship place share with me 🙂

  42. I cant find the links in the description 😦

  43. Thanks for this Ran. Accessible design is so important and increasingly so. I'm working in and being trained in accessibility right now. Every designer that works on electronic media needs to watch this video ASAP.

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