According to the WebAIM 1 Million report, 96,8% of homepages tested contain automatically detectable accessibility issues.
The six most common issues are:
- Low-contrast text (found on 83.9% of websites)
- Missing alternative text for images (55.4%)
- Empty links (50.1%)
- Missing form input labels (46.1%)
- Empty buttons (27.2%)
- Missing document language (22.3%)
While these numbers give a good impression of how bad the situation is, they're just numbers that don't reflect how these issues affect users.
Inaccessible Gallery attempts to visualize these issues by simulating how a barrier for a screen reader user would translate to one for a non-screen reader user or how a barrier for a switch device user would affect a mouser user.
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