Accessibility Patterns for the Web
This site contains all working examples for the book eBay MIND Patterns - Accessibility Patterns for the Web.
The MIND Patterns are not a visual design system or a CSS framework (à la Bootstrap) - they are instead intended to complement those systems & tools with accessibility guidance.
Each example demonstrates our recommended semantic markup, keyboard interaction design and ARIA roles, states & properties for assistive technology.
These patterns will assist the frontend developer with accessibility, but are not considered to be final, production ready code.
Accessibility testing is performed with latest versions of:
- Internet Explorer & JAWS
- Safari & VoiceOver
- Firefox & NVDA
- Chrome & Chromevox
NOTE: Support for Internet Explorer 10 and below was recently dropped, allowing us more time to focus on accessibility matters, rather than cross-browser issues.