Featured: Getting to the heart of digital accessibility
Carie Fisher on why inclusive development means making something valuable, not just accessible, to as many people as we can.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Truths about digital accessibility (blog post – ericwbailey.design)
- I used the web for a day on a 50 MB budget (blog post – smashingmagazine.com)
- Progressive enhancement (blog post – remysharp.com)
- What does the W3C’s upcoming ACT standard mean for accessibility? (blog post – deque.com)
- Understanding assistive technology: How does a deaf or hard of hearing person use technology? (blog post – levelaccess.com)
- Best practices for prototyping keyboard accessibility (blog post – theblog.adobe.com)
- Screen reader user survey #8 (survey – webaim.org)
- How we do our work matters: Accessibility and inclusive design (blog post – linkedin.com)
- Accessible inline list with bullets between items (blog post – blog.sapegin.me)
- I feel hopeless, rejected, and a burden on society - one week of empathy training (blog post – shkspr.mobi)
- Update on accessibility improvements we’re making to Chorus (blog post – product.voxmedia.com)
- Designing accessible experiences at scale (blog post – theblog.adobe.com)
New to A11y
Caitlin Cashin shares some accessibility strategies for your content team. Content is usually why people use websites or applications. Nothing can be truly inclusive on the web without paying attention to the words and pictures, so take note.
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