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.
Read Equivalent experiences: What are they?.
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)
New to A11y?
Suggestions and corrections
Have a suggestion for something to be included in Accessibility Weekly? Did I make a mistake that doesn't belong on the Internet? You can either reply to this email or send a note to email@example.com.
Sponsorships and donations
You can sponsor Accessibility Weekly! If you or your company is interested, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you enjoy the newsletter, consider making a donation.