Featured: Mobile assistive technology gesture references
Adrian Roselli has gathered links to resources about gesture references. Those are shortcuts to tasks that you can perform while assistive technology is active.
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News and links
Accessibility in Office 365 — progress in 2015 and plans for 2016: From the blog post: “… we know that compliance with accessibility standards does not guarantee ease of use. This is why the Office 365 team is not only using data from accessibility conformance tests, but also conducting usability studies with people who have vision, mobility, hearing, learning and literacy impairments to make our products more usable and to allow every person to achieve more.”
Resources, tools and tutorials
- What will it take to move the needle of change? (blog post)
- Accessibility prioritization: Laying the foundation with a strategic plan [part 1] (blog post)
- Why I got into this (blog post)
- Color Safe (tool)
- Remove “clickable” from elements that use jQuery (tip)
- Monitor accessibility errors on your ecommerce site with Scrapy, Wave (tutorial)
- Why accessibility is key for search and visibility (blog post)
New to A11y
Aaron Gustafson published a keynote he gave in 2014, called The Web is for Everyone, where he argues that we all fall short now and again when it comes to seeing the Web as others do.
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