Featured: Equivalent experiences: What are they?
To create an equivalent experience, you must understand all the different ways people interact with technology, as well as common barriers they experience.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Is it ok to ‘grey out’ disabled buttons? (blog post – uxdesign.cc)
- HTMHell special: Close buttons (blog post – htmhell.dev)
- Accessibility is delicious: Food analogies for digital inclusion (blog post – lflegal.com)
- Quick tips for High Contrast Mode (blog post – sarahmhigley.com)
- Twitter: Starting today, you no longer need a setting to add alt text (tweet – twitter.com)
- This is an accessibility emergency! (blog post – accessaces.com)
- Responsive design: Seams and edges (blog post – ethanmarcotte.com)
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