The site includes a note that “some of these demos may not be accessible and work on all browsers,” but puts the onus on developers to test that and evaluate. And, I’m sorry, but the typical developer looking for copy/paste tools doesn’t have the ability to do that. We’re not there as an industry yet.
- Can someone with cognitive impairments pause the animation to give them more time to take it in?
- Can someone who suffers from motion sickness disable animations entirely?
- Can a user move forward and backward through the “slides” on their own?
- Are changes to the slides announced, so that a screen reader user knows what’s happening on the page?
JS isn’t bad. Using it poorly is. So is not using it at all when it would actually be the proper choice.