Inclusivity and accessibility (A11Y) are some of the main concerns of Spruce CSS. We aim to help you develop more accessible web-based projects through our code and documentation, where we will try to show you small, related tips and guidance where necessary.
Building something more inclusive is a long process. We learn on the way, too, so this always will be a work in progress.
Our primary reference is the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 level AA. As a CSS framework, Spruce can’t tackle too much of this reference, but it is more critical at Spruce UI, where you can grab standalone components.
We will meet the following accessibility-related issues:
- The base colors and combinations will complete the color contrast guides.
- We respect the user settings through
- We care about semantics and will present the code examples more meaningfully.