Featured: Not all accessibility overlays are created equal
In the post, discover why tool-based overlays are problematic.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Coronavirus: Being blind during the pandemic (news article – bbc.com)
- Designing for cognitive accessibility: Where to begin (blog post – thenextweb.com)
- Inclusive, by design (video – aneventapart.com)
- Writing my accessibility statement (blog post – ethanmarcotte.com)
- Neumorphism – the accessible and inclusive way (blog post – axesslab.com)
- Shift Left: Rethinking the way we teach web development (video – youtube.com)
- WCAG primer (blog post – tetralogical.com)
New to A11y
Amani Ali explains the differences between assisted and assistive technology. Both sound similar, serve similar purposes, but in fact they are both used for different reasons. I love that they cover how these can benefit different people too.
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