Featured: Naming things to improve accessibility
Hidde de Vries explains that one thing you can do to improve the accessibility of your work is to always ensure things have accessible names.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Reading order bookmarklet (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- Inclusively hidden (blog post – scottohara.me)
- 2019 CSUNATC digital accessibility legal update (webinar – lflegal.com)
- Think like an accessible UX researcher part 3: Five common mistakes in usability testing and how to avoid them (press release – developer.paciellogroup.com)
- Help shape a new kind of accessibility tool – Join the axe-pro beta! (blog post – deque.com)
- Accessibility with Heydon Pickering (podcast – shoptalkshow.com)
- Unintentionally tabling table semantics (blog post – scottohara.me)
- I might be blind but don’t treat me like I am invisible (blog post – metro.co.uk)
New to A11y
In the post, Inclusive design: Whose Opportunity Is It?, I talk about who can help make inclusive design real. Hint: If you make decisions that on products, sites or applications, it’s you.
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