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An important area of ADA compliance is the proper use of focus states. All interactive elements on a web page should be focusable, from links to form fields, to buttons, tabs, accordions, and sliders (if you must use them). If a user can interact with an element it most likely needs visual cues to indicate that it has received – or has lost – focus. In this session, we’ll focus on focus states. Why do they matter? How do they relate to the overall structure of a web page? How should you think about focus states during the design process alongside other states such as hover or selected? How do you test focus states during development and work with your developers to help ensure a user interface is accessible? Let’s dive deep on focus and explore actionable steps for your next design project.
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