Featured: Accessibility testing by people with disabilities
Becky Gibson on the challenges and possible solutions of hiring and incorporating people with disabilities into formal accessibility testing.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- An adventurer’s guide to W3C specs (blog post – 24a11y.com)
- Responsive type and zoom (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- Leonardo: an open source contrast-based color generator (tool – medium.com/@NateBaldwin)
- The legacy of Dr. Jim Thatcher, accessibility pioneer (blog post – blog.tenon.io)
- Getting started with web performance (blog post – calibreapp.com)
- Disney warns its new Star Wars movie could trigger seizures in people with epilepsy (news article – cnn.com)
- Making the web for real people (blog post – 24a11y.com)
- Seven predictions for accessibility in 2020 and beyond (blog post – blog.usablenet.com)
- What is digital accessibility in multimedia? (blog post – webdesign.tutsplus.com)
- If you ARIA label something, give it a role (blog post – marcozehe.de)
- The future is now, so what about tomorrow? (blog post – 24a11y.com)
- Why details is Not an accordion (blog post – daverupert.com)
New to A11y
Andrew Coyle gives you some tips on how to design better forms. Every time you need to gather information from a user, you need a form. They’re a set of elements worth getting right when it comes to the basics.
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