Featured: How to make custom accessible checkboxes and radio buttons
Sami Keijonen explains how to create a common pattern in the web world in an accessible way – custom checkboxes and radio buttons.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Reflecting on one year in digital accessibility (blog post – deque.com)
- The importance of heading levels for assistive technology (blog post – webdesign.tutsplus.com)
- Stop building websites with infinite scroll! (blog post – logrocket.com)
- The web accessibility introduction I wish I had (blog post – dev.to/maxwell_dev)
- Unbuttoning buttons (blog post – scottohara.me)
- A11y wars (video – youtube.com)
- Designing accessible content: Typography, font styling, and structure (blog post – webdesign.tutsplus.com)
- Quick tip: Use the “lang” attribute for better accessibility (blog post – webdesign.tutsplus.com)
- Making creative tools more accessible for everyone (blog post – blog.google)
New to A11y
Accessibility isn’t just about only addressing the problems that people with visual impairments face. Takwa Bouallegue says it’s deeper than that. She talks about that and other lessons learned in a post about developing for accessibility.
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