Diving into the topic of accessibility I found so much more than I expected. The first was the fact that "About 1 in 5 people has some type of disability.". I always knew and fought for doing accessibility at least better than yesterday, but effecting 20% by doing it badly can be painful, not only emotionally also for a business.
I found the NY Times has a page on Accessibility so "as many readers as possible are able to enjoy The New York Times", not sure how many pages do that and care so much.
I also played around with the "ultimate power" that the user has on the client to control what a website might look like. There is more than you expect.
It's so much fun to play around with my ultimate power over websites.— @wolframkriesing April 30, 2020
I am customizing my browser settings a bit, starting with the fonts.
Diving into accessibility a bit more. #a11y #webdesign #web pic.twitter.com/gHGEL2pujz
While searching for tools to check beyond what lighthouse does, also so I can understand and learn more about accessibility I came across the Web Accessibility Evaluation Tools List on the W3C page it has 140 tools listed. And again, I came across WebAIM.org, they have a great tool: WAVE Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool where you enter a URL and get the results for this page with annontations on the page, see the image below.