Featured: The difference between aria-label and aria-labelledby
Léonie Watson reminds us that the aria-label and aria-labelledby attributes do the same thing but in different ways.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- It’s time to listen to black disabled people (blog post – essence.com)
- How fast should your site load? (blog post – medium.com/firebase-developers)
- Connecting UX with digital accessibility strategy (blog post – paciellogroup.com)
- Speech viewer logs of lies (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- A history of Section 508 accessibility (blog post – deque.com)
- Short note on content-visibility: hidden (blog post – html5accessibility.com)
- Let accessible UX principles shape everything you do (blog post – builtin.com)
- 44x44 pixel cursor bookmarklet (tool – codepen.io/jared_w_smith)
- I was wrong about how to create accessible subtitles (blog post – gomakethings.com)
- So you want to build antiracist teams? (blog post – leaddev.com)
- ARIA: poison or antidote? (blog post – web.dev)
- How to center disability in the tech response to COVID-19 (blog post – brookings.edu)
- Resources for developing accessible cards/tiles (blog post – webaxe.org)
New to A11y?
Carrie-Ann Lightley says we’re all individuals with our own needs. People with the same disability might have different access needs too. Terms like “fully accessible” fail to tell the whole story.
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