Featured: What Tumblr taught me about accessibility
Nic Chan writes about inclusive platforms and communities beyond Tumblr.
Read What Tumblr taught me about accessibility.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Basic custom control requirements (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- Hey Domino’s, you’re not delivering (blog post – medium.com/@cmcnally)
- Understanding assistive technology: How do deaf-blind people use technology? (blog post – levelaccess.com)
- Time to first byte: What it is and why it matters (blog post – csswizardry.com)
- Accessibility and web performance are not features, they’re the baseline (blog post – css-tricks.com)
- Complaints guide for encountering online accessibility barriers (blog post – linkedin.com)
- Design for everyone with these accessibility-focused plugins (tools – figma.com)
- When is a caption close enough? (blog post – theatlantic.com)
New to A11y
Lindsey Kopacz teaches you how to reduce motion to improve accessibility. If you’ve never implemented a “prefers-reduced-motion” media query, this post is for you.
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