Accessibility and Webperf, Not So Different #
Knowing accessibility to code well. Don’t learn to code well to do accessibility.
Is accessibility a simple theoretical overlay to have a compliant code? Not quite. Most accessibility audits show very low scores of compliance with the RGAA (which is a not very demanding standard). These audits reveal technical problems but also design and organization problems and especially a lack of web culture.
But then, couldn’t increasing the web culture in a team also benefit performance improvement? Couldn’t correcting accessibility anomalies improve page load times?
Let’s take a step aside to see the webperf from another angle and see what accessibility could bring to it.
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Master HTML developer, CSS engineer… we don’t really know how to name our job. But I know interfaces and how a browser works.
Accessibility management is multidisciplinary. It must start with accessibility because it is the discipline that considers users in their human diversity.