Featured: Equal Entry website called out as inaccessible
Heather Burns shares some tips for how to take accessibility feedback seriously, even when it’s your job.
Read Equal Entry website called out as inaccessible.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Q&A with Sara Hendren (blog post – disabilityvisibilityproject.com)
- Inclusve Design 24 schedule finalized for Sept. 17, 2020 (event – inclusivedesign24.org)
- Solid Start (resource – codepen.io/stevef)
- W3C publishes Cognitive Accessibility Task Force publication (blog post – jebswebs.net)
- Co-creator of Apple VoiceOver talks importance of accessibility tech (blog post – cultofmac.com)
- PDF accessibility tools & resources Roundup (blog post – digitala11y.com)
- Netflix sets premiere date for ‘Deaf U’ docuseries from Nyle DiMarco (blog post – tvinsider.com)
- Here’s what Tammy Duckworth, Joe Biden’s potential VP pick, can teach the fashion industry (blog post – vogue.com)
- Improving the usability and accessibility of a healthcare website by being mindful of reading level (blog post – thoughtbot.com)
New to A11y?
Laura Kalbag gives a five-minute talk on accessibility in 2020, highlighting how COVID-19 has made the need for accessible technology more pressing. This can serve as a nice pep talk before you dig into your work for the week. You make accessible happen.
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