Featured: Being confident in a sighted world
Holly Tuke talks about being confident in a sighted world. “The world can be daunting at times, but recognising those moments, building on them and finding ways of facing them can be a huge step of moving forward, and taking on the sighted world.”
Read Being confident in a sighted world.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- The Ravelry redesign: An a11y case study (blog post – amberley.blog)
- Here are a few easy things you can do to make your next product a bit more inclusive for trans and non-binary people (Twitter thread – twitter.com/liatrisbian)
- Making curbside pickup more accessible and convenient (blog post – medium.com/@cmcnally)
- Accessibility is not an “add-on” service (blog post – uxdesign.cc)
- UX series: Digital accessibility and the UX design process (blog post – paciellogroup.com)
- Accessibility (nblog post – adactio.com)
- What happens when you’re disabled but nobody can tell (news article – nytimes.com)
- Is deploying an accessibility overlay or widget better than doing nothing? (blog post – linkedin.com)
- Introducing React Spectrum (code – react-spectrum.adobe.com)
- 2020 redesign (blog post – a11yproject.com)
- How to make publishing platforms more accessible (part 1) (blog post – react-spectrum.adobe.com)
- Gimlet Media sued for not making podcasts accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing (news article – gizmodo.com)
- Disability pride: The high expectations of a new generation (news story – nytimes.com)
New to A11y?
Adobe’s Inclusive Design practice has released an inclusive design workshop in the form of PDFs. It covers basics like disability models, the history of inclusive design and more. It’s a great place to start if you’re looking for material to teach and learn from.
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