"Screen reading applications offer only limited ways to interpret a page. One common method is to generate a list of links (without context) to determine the content of the page. Screen reader users also often scan a page by simply tabbing from link to link (without reading the text in-between)."
"In situations where text that is different from the anchor text needs to be rendered to aid vision impaired users, the aria-label is the better choice. When the link’s name (i.e. anchor text or aria-label) needs to be supplemented with advisory text, the title is more suitable."
"While icon fonts are efficient and easy to use and scaleable and all that, one of the classic "strikes" against them is that the icon can only be one color. Parker has a brand new project that solves that issue in a simple and clever way."