Featured: Four ways design systems can promote accessibility – and what they can’t do
Amy Hupe on the four main ways design systems can promote accessible design within an organization, and what design systems can’t do.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Pixels vs. relative units in CSS: why it’s still a big deal (blog post – 24a11y.com)
- The customer is always right (blog post – 24a11y.com)
- When to open links in a new tab (blog post – meiert.com)
- Select your poison (blog post – 24a11y.com)
- Select your poison part 2: Test all the things (blog post – 24a11y.com)
- Making data tables more accessible (blog post – benjystanton.co.uk)
- Pro Tip: Making images accessible to screen readers doesn’t need to be hard (blog post – searchengineland.com)
- How accessible is the HTML video player? (blog post – scottvinkle.me)
- Color theory and contrast ratios (blog post – 24a11y.com)
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