On to mistake #4. Not including a label with an input. The most common way I have done this is using a placeholder instead of a label. I have worked with designers who just love to use placeholders. It's a really common design pattern -- look, even Google is doing it.
These notes are unpolished collections of thoughts, unfinished ideas, and things I want to remember later. In the spirit of learning in public, I'm sharing them here. Have fun exploring, if you want!
The 80/20 on Website Accessibility Mistakes / 9 Website Accessibility Mistakes and how to fix them
The Principles: A Refresher Ok so that wraps up our four principles. Just to recap: Principle 1 is that web design is more than graphic…