Some do’s and dont’s we gathered from making the Firefox OS UI more accessible

In my last post, I mentioned that we learned a few things from making the Firefox OS UI, code-named Gaia, more accessible over the past few months. This produced quite a few questions about what these things were. So rather than adding them to that blog post, here’s a dedicated one to just that topic. […]

Accessibility in Firefox OS: An update

After my introductory video, quite some things happened in the realm of Firefox OS accessibility, and although we’re still not quite ready yet to release builds to beta testers, we’re getting closer to a state where this will be the case. In the interim, I’d like to share a few things that have happened over […]

Small demo video about Firefox OS accessibility

Over the past few weeks, especially after the launch of Firefox OS devices in early July, I received a lot of questions about the accessibility of this mobile operating system purely based on web technologies. To answer that, I made a little video yesterday where I talk about our progress and give a little demo […]