GitHub has been awarded the 2024 Axe Accessibility at Scale Award from Deque Systems. Read more about how we’ve implemented accessibility at scale.
GitHub’s Engineering Fundamentals program: How we deliver on availability, security, and accessibility
The Fundamentals program has helped us address tech debt, improve reliability, and enhance observability of our engineering systems.
GitHub Universe 2023 is just around the corner! Join us and learn how GitHub is leveraging AI to empower all developers, including developers with disabilities.
Your profile’s README invites the world to know you and your work, so it’s important that everyone can read and understand it. In this post, we share some tips for making your README more accessible.
GitHub Copilot Chat can help you learn about accessibility and improve the accessibility of your code. In this blog, we share a sample foundational prompt that instructs GitHub Copilot Chat to become your personal AI assistant for accessibility.
As a design organization, we have the opportunity to make a significant impact on designing the platform for all developers. How does the emergence of creative AI impact our work? How can we achieve an inclusive experience for a spectrum of all abilities? What does designing for developer happiness look like?
A look at how we improved the readability of code on GitHub.
GitHub’s redesigned navigation is enabled for all users as a public beta.
The accessibility-alt-text-bot leaves automated reminders in a comment when a user shares an image without providing meaningful alt text.
GitHub is the home for all developers and on this Global Accessibility Awareness Day we are thrilled to celebrate the achievements of disabled developers and recent ships that help them build on GitHub.
Design can have a significant impact on delivering accessible experiences to our users. It takes a cultural shift, dedicated experts, and permission to make progress over perfection in order to build momentum. We’ve got a long way to go, but we’re starting to see a real shift in our journey to make GitHub a true home for all developers.
Discover the accessibility features within our new navigation and code search which make it easier to use for many more people.
How Primer’s updated light and dark theme color contrast strategy resolved hundreds of color-contrast-related accessibility issues over one thousand use cases.
Learn about tools and processes the GitHub Accessibility leadership team uses for retrospectives that fully engage every team member.
Learn how developers with disabilities are pushing the boundaries of accessibility with ingenuity, open source, and generative AI on The ReadME Project.