Featured: How a screen reader user accesses the web
Watch Léonie Watson (a blind screen reader user) explore the web, and find out about some unexpected properties of HTML elements that not only have a huge impact on accessibility, but also turn out to be pretty good for performance, too.
Read How a screen reader user accesses the web.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- ARIA authoring practices on accessible date pickers (blog post – a11ywins.tumblr.com)
- Make it boring (blog post – jeremy.codes)
- Top 10 application-design mistakes (blog post – nngroup.com)
- Building inclusive services is not about perfection (blog post – digital.canada.ca)
- My disabled son’s amazing gaming life in the World of Warcraft (news article – bbc.com)
- Embedding accessibility SMEs in remote teams (blog post – medium.com/@sheribyrnehaber)
- What does European accessibility standard EN 301 549 mean for US organizations? (blog post – deque.com)
- Update on CAPTCHA accessibility! W3C need your inputs (blog post – maxability.co.in)
New to A11y
Vice has an entertaining piece on how to treat a person with disabilities, according to people with disabilities that you should watch. Some of the answers may surprise you.
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