Christian Heilmann

One million broken web sites – and a way to prevent that

April 12th, 2022 releases an annual report called the WebAIM Million. This is a deep analysis of the one million most visited web sites how accessible they are. And every year the result is pretty grim. Across the one million home pages, 50,829,406 distinct accessibility errors were detected—an average of 50.8 errors per page. This is 1.1% […]

The devil is in the details…

April 5th, 2022

It is not that hard to create a script that shows and hides parts of the document, but often we forget about how our visitors use the products we build. Especially when it comes to navigating huge documents, people tend to use the “find in page” functionality of browsers. And when they do and we […]

Quick survey: help improve the simulation options of browser developer tools

March 25th, 2022

Please help us to improve the emulation features of browser developer tools by filling out a two questions survey. Background We’re currently working on improving the findability of emulation features in the Microsoft Edge developer tools. Did you know that you can emulate different vision deficiences, dark and light schemes, forced colours and print layout […]