It looks like a heading, but things are not always what they seem. I used to have a friend who had a shiny red Porsche, the only problem was the Ford Granada ignition key, that’s right, it was a kit car, proving that looks can be deceiving. If you’re a sighted user, you can scan the page, interpreting the visual presentation and skip straight to the section that interests you. As you can imagine, someone with a visual impairment using a screen reader, has a tougher time identifying a section of interest.
Headings are the solution, but only if we use the correct method of marking up headings, with the use of tags. You should always start with a <H1> heading then as you get to a sub-heading you should drop it down a level and use a <H2>, you can do this in a hierarchical manor all the way down to an <H6>. If you don’t like the look of a heading’s default style, you can use CSS to style it just as I did above but this time using a tag that conveys some structure.
I know a lot of companies are looking for interesting way to improve employee morale and health but I would not have thought as gardening as way to do that.
After reading this article creating a company garden has a lot of benefits in improving the quality of life in the workplace.