Featured: A complete guide to links and buttons
The staff at CSS Tricks has penned a guide to links and buttons, with much accessibility guidance baked in.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Dropdown Menus 2020: Menus are not menus (blog post – terrillthompson.com)
- Performance for designers part 2: Images (blog post – calibreapp.com)
- Accessibility improvements to client side routing in Gatsby - available in 2.19.8 (blog post – gatsbyjs.org)
- A decade of heading backwards (blog post – codepen.io/stevef)
- Cross-Cultural Design (book – abookapart.com)
- The Contrast Triangle (tool – contrast-triangle.com)
- CSS can influence screenreaders (blog post – blog.benmyers.dev)
- Why the ‘business case’ for diversity isn’t working (blog post – fastcompany.com)
- What flushing toilets taught me about web design (blog post – cloudfour.com)
- First public working draft: XR accessibility user requirements (blog post – w3.org)
- ING open sources Lion: A library of performant, accessible & flexible Web Components (blog post – medium.com/ing-blog)
- Let’s talk neumorphism and accessibility (blog post – uxdesign.cc)
- Making the case for accessibility (blog post – postlight.com)
- Introducing 13 Letters: The accessibility podcast (podcast – bemyeyes.com)
- ARIA labels (podcast – amberwilson.co.uk)
New to A11y
The W3C Web Accessibility Intiative has a neat resource that helps you generate an accessibility statement. Such an easy way to create a page on your site that shows you’re putting in the effort to make more accessible experiences.
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