Featured: Designing for cognitive differences
Accessibility and inclusiveness mean considering more than just physical symptoms. What about users with cognitive differences like inattention, anxiety, and depression?
Read Designing for cognitive differences.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Creating accessible React apps (video – youtube.com)
- Finding the way: Screen reader strategies (blog post – lastcallmedia.com)
- Accessibility is not what you think (blog post – boagworld.com)
- Live accessibility and performance audits At SmashingConf Toronto (blog post – smashingmagazine.com)
- Trying to explain reduce motion to designers who don’t have a vestibular disorder (blog post – http://reverttosaved.com)
- JAWS support of Chrome 70 (blog post – http://blog.freedomscientific.com)
New to A11y
Tiago Romero Garcia shares some pragmatic rules of web accessibility that will stick to your mind. Here, you not only get the what behind accessibility, but also actionable steps on making it better today.
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