Featured: Top five questions asked in accessibility trainings
Carie Fisher shares the most common questions she gets when teaching others about accessibility.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Accessibility lessons: Dealing with a large amount of form inputs (blog post – accessibility.blog.gov.uk)
- Native image lazy-loading for the web! (blog post – addyosmani.com)
- Evaluating organizational readiness for accessibility (webinar – zoom.us)
- Deque Systems introduces axe for Android free mobile app (press release – deque.com)
- Color accessibility: tools and resources to help you design inclusive products (blog post – stephaniewalter.design)
- A progressive disclosure component (blog post – andy-bell.design)
- Is your web site really accessible? (blog post – medium.com/chialab-open-source)
- HTML5 landmarks exposed (blog post – scottohara.me)
- Why are more digital accessibility suits being filed as class actions (and what does it mean?) (blog post – levelaccess.com)
- Body copy link styling — the right way (blog post – spitfire.kevinrkirby.com)
- Accessibility events (blog post – css-tricks.com)
- Auditing my own site for accessibility (blog post – nicchan.me)
New to A11y
AbilityNET put on a recent webinar all about the top tips for publishing accessible written content. The recording and slides are available as well as the links mentioned. The advice blends approaches for both design and content.
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