Featured: The web we broke
Ethan Marcotte says, “Improving the state of accessibility on the web is work we have to support. The alternative isn’t an option. Leaving the web in it’s current state isn’t fair. It isn’t just.”
Read The web we broke.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Putting your accessibility data to use (webinar – zoom.us)
- For designers, inclusion can be a source of innovation (article – fortune.com)
- This week in accessibility: What we can learn from the “WebAIM Million” (blog post – medium.com/@sheribyrnehaber)
- HTML, CSS and JS in an ADD, OCD, bi-polar, dyslexic and autistic world (blog post – css-tricks.com)
- Short note: The abbreviation appreciation society (blog post – developer.paciellogroup.com)
- Microsoft open sources Accessibility Insights (blog post – cloudblogs.microsoft.com)
- Why human captioning? (video – youtube.com)
- Perpetuating harm (blog post – winstonhearn.com)
New to A11y
In this fun animated video, learn how someone using a screen reader may use landmarks, headings and tab stops to navigate a web page. In this case semantics make using a site much easier for people.
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