Featured: Why is designing for inclusion still treated as optional?
Karishma Patel shares a journey of trying to integrate accessibility in UX work and the barriers encountered.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Disabled do-it-yourselfers lead way to technology gains (news article – nytimes.com)
- Digital accessibility and the UX testing process (blog post – paciellogroup.com)
- GIF de-animation using details/summary (code – codepen.io/stevef)
- Why all your inclusion efforts fail (blog post – hustlecrew.co)
- A.D.A. now! (podcast – npr.org)
- System of systems (talk – youtube.com)
- YouTube axes community captions feature, citing low usage (blog post – liamodell.com)
- Three starting points for making accessible digital content (blog post – ashleemboyer.com)
- Gatsby.design (blog post – a11ywins.tumblr.com)
- Making Facebook.com accessible to as many people as possible (blog post – engineering.fb.com)
- One Man’s COVID-19 death raises the worst fears of many people with disabilities (news article – npr.org)
- Rethinking accessible drop caps (blog post – justingagne.design)
- Using Chrome to generate more accessible PDFs (blog post – blog.chromium.org)
New to A11y?
Bruce Lawson talks to you about how to make HTML loveliness, all writing good HTML. Hint: It’s will help your projects be more performant, accessible and robust.
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