Featured: Building the woke web: Web accessibility, inclusion & social justice
Olu Niyiawosusi asks “What would your life be like without the internet?” Likely, very different. The list of barriers people face to participate are many, but we all have a role to play in the action it will take to remove those barriers.
Read Building the woke web: Web accessibility, inclusion & social justice.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Mug handles (blog post – ericwbailey.design)
- All tech is political (blog post – gomakethings.com)
- Reminder: Accessibility can’t be solved automatically (blog post – joedolson.com)
- Legacy applications and accessibility (blog post – deque.com)
- Optimizing keyboard navigation using tabindex and ARIA (blog post – sarasoueidan.com)
- Q&A With Léonie Watson, Accessibility Engineer and Director, TetraLogical (blog post – equalentry.com)
- Stop saying “but”: Having the right perspective on disability (blog post – mawconsultingllc.com)
- Tradeoffs and shifting complexity (blog post – daverupert.com)
- Beginners’ guide to writing good HTML (blog post – websitesetup.org)
- Color craft & counterpoint: A designer’s life with color vision deficiency (blog post – alistapart.com)
- Remember Neli Latson, the black teen with autism who seemed ‘suspicious’ sitting outside a library? Ten years after his arrest, he still isn’t fully free (news article – washingtonpost.com)
New to A11y?
You might have joined the fight against racism recently, realizing you can do more to help. Tatiana Mac wrote a great post on sustainable strategies for activism to help people stay with it. Many of those lessons can also be applied to activism for accessibility. We’d rather have you around well into the future too.
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