Featured: Intuit’s accessibility champion program
Ted Drake shares the details behind a program that enables everyone to become a champion at accessibility, and a roadmap for them to become leaders in the space.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Unsure about digital accessibility? These (imaginary) people can lead to success (blog post – linkedin.com)
- Squarespace, Wix, & Weebly: Accessibility review (blog post – terrillthompson.com)
- Pushing buttons (blog post – michaelspellacy.com)
- Could browsers fix more accessibility problems automatically? (blog post – hiddedevries.nl)
- Podcast: Accessibility in government (podcast – gds.blog.gov.uk)
- Accessible unethical technology (blog post – laurakalbag.com)
- Investment in the accessibility industry (blog post – karlgroves.com)
- Five easy tips for creating accessible content from Intuit’s senior content designer (blog post – review.content-science.com)
- iOS accessibility: Getting started (blog post – raywenderlich.com)
- Hydration (blog post – adactio.com)
- The case for learning sign language as an accessibility engineer (blog post – developer.paciellogroup.com)
- Testing aria-live support (resource – moiety.me)
- Tools and developer habits (blog post – gomakethings.com)
- Link Targets and 3.2.5 (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
New to A11y
Elissa Frankle Olinsky writes about approaching accessibility without fear and beyond compliance. The key here, as pointed out, is embracing the rich variety of human experiences, and using that as fuel for the work.
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