Featured: How to create accessibility statements
The W3C has put together a resource on how to inform your users about the accessibility of your website, mobile application, and other digital content.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Secrets of accessible design, as told by MDS (blog post – medium.com/inside-design)
- Quick test: Large touch targets (blog post – a11yproject.com)
- Quick test: Resize text (blog post – a11yproject.com)
- Instagram is now using AI to describe photos for users with visual impairments (news article – theverge.com)
- Accessibility = innovation (blog post – blog.prototypr.io)
- Just markup (blog post – justmarkup.com)
- Giving back to the community (blog post – 24a11y.com)
New to A11y
It’s Decemmber, and that means it’s time for 24 A11y, a web accessibility advent calendar. During the first 24 days in the month of the month, you’ll get daily dose of accessibility wisdom and insight from a wide array of knowledge experts throughout the world. Dig into this year’s posts, plus the archive for last year’s articles, for all sorts of accessibility and inclusive design goodness.
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