Featured: Accessible to some
Most websites have glaring accessibility issues. To help you get a better understanding of what that means for users and their daily experiences on the web, Manuel Matuzovic created a little experiment.
Read Accessible to some.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Last of Us Part II: Is this the most accessible game ever? (news story – bbc.com)
- Always bet on HTML (blog post – gomakethings.com)
- Interview with Mark Wafer, champion advocate for employing people with disabilities (blog post – paciellogroup.com)
- WebP image support coming to iOS 14 (blog post – css-tricks.com)
- Challenges with accessibility guidelines conformance and testing, and approaches for mitigating them (standards document – www.w3.org)
- Emoji accessibility for visually impaired people (video – youtube.com)
- Is WebP really better than JPEG? (blog post – siipo.la)
- Scripted user flow testing vs. end-to-end testing for accessibility (blog post – deque.com)
- Key considerations for flowchart accessibility (blog post – mn.gov)
- Listening: in place, in pauses and in person (blog post – medium.com/@acuity_design)
New to A11y?
Having different options to learn about accessibility concpets matters. What works for one may not work for another. Ethan Marcotte helped Gymnasium with some five-minute lessons centered on accessibility. And Rian and her company, Level Level, recently launched the A11Y Collective, a collection of paid, online courses (you can try one for free!) to help you level up. This new material might be just the thing you’re looking for to have accessibility sink in.
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