Featured: Accessibility testing is like making coffee
Madalyn Parker breaks down different types of accessibility testing relate to different ways of making coffee. It’s a delicious metaphor, trust me.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Be wary of doc-subtitle (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- How to build accessible cards–block links (blog post – nomensa.com)
- radEventListener: A tale of client-side framework performance (blog post – css-tricks.com)
- How one college is closing the computer science gender gap (news story – npr.org)
- "People like you don’t belong in big tech” (blog post – aidenbenjamincv.com)
- Five most annoying website features I face as a blind person every single day (blog post – bighack.org)
- What If accessibility was also inclusive? (blog post – catapult.co)
- Early Mac Firefox VoiceOver support (blog post – blog.mozilla.org)
- Accessibility Engineer (resource – a11yengineer.com)
- Knowbility looking for mentors in its Accessible Internet Rally (blog post – medium.com/@garethfordwilliams)
- How iframe elements and their content can be hidden from screen readers (blog post – html5accessibility.com)
New to A11y?
Geri Reid has put together a WCAG checklist for designers to help them parse what’s a complex read. I like how it’s broken down into categories that relate to what a designer might be responsible for in everyday work.
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