Accessibility debugging with Chrome’s DevTools

Screen shot of Dev-tools-accessibility video

If you care about Web Accessibility (I know you do) then some of the accessibility related debugging tools in the Chrome browser may come in handy. 

A lot of very useful tools are packed into Chrome’s DevTools. In fact, so many that depending on how big (or small) we allow the DevTools pane to be some of those tools may not always be visible – like the tab to debug accessibility issues. 

In his short but very informative video Umar Hansa demonstrates how DevTools can help us build more accessible and therefore better website.

If you like this video try some of Umar’s other video tutorials on his website Modern DevTools as well. They are well worth it! Especially if you enjoy British humour (I know you do). 

About Uwe Kristen

After graduating in Scottish Literature at University of Glasgow in 1996 Uwe put down his empty glass and left the pub. He took the next airplane to New York City and started coding websites. He still codes. He still reads.