Featured: Building a dependency-free site in 2019
Michelle Barker writes about building a simple, dependency-free site. Sometimes, better accessibility means coming at it from another angle.
Read Building a dependency-free site in 2019.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- My first CSUN Assistive Technology Conference (blog post – linkedin.com)
- How we built Tesco’s new accessible grocery app (blog post – edit.theappbusiness.com)
- Ten website accessibility myths debunked (blog post – userzoom.com)
- Accessibility for vestibular disorders: How my temporary disability changed my perspective (blog post – alistapart.com)
- Updated switch script and more (blog post – scottohara.me)
- I met a girl on the train last night (blog post – twitter.com/ErynnBrook)
- Designing button focus states for better usability (blog post – dev.to/elizabethschafer)
New to A11y
If you’re building something interactive on the Web, you’ll likely need forms. But they can be tough to style, not to mention knowing how they work with assistive technology. Scott O’Hara has it all covered with accessibility-styled form controls. Forms are my favorite thing to work with! And this should make them more likely to be a favorite of yours.
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