Featured: Fighting uphill
Eric Bailey ponders what it means when so many websites and applications lack accessibility.
Read Fighting uphill.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- User interfaces: hiding stuff should be a last resort (blog post – adamsilver.io)
- Vue.js community project to improve web accessibility (resource – vue-a11y.com)
- Having an open dialog (blog post – scottohara.me)
- Accessibility, a powerful design tool (blog post – slack.design)
- Six simple tips on using color in your design (blog post – uxplanet.org)
- Building accessible-app.com: The shopping cart and aria-live regions (blog post – marcus.io)
- See no evil: Hidden content and accessibility (blog post – cloudfour.com)
- Biometrics and neuro-measurements for user testing (blog post – smashingmagazine.com)
- Improving the keyboard accessibility of embedded CodePens (blog post – matuzo.at)
- Tenon’s new website: Technical challenges and triumphs (blog post – blog.tenon.io)
New to A11y
Sheri Byrne-Haber points out the “perilous pitfalls” of accessibility maturity in a recent post. In other words, these reasons cause inclusive design or accessibility practices to fail more often than not. Have you seen these in your own experience?
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