Featured: Accessible web animation: The WCAG on animation explained
Val Head says there are also more tactical considerations for making sure the animations on our site are accessible, and that’s where the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) comes in.
Read Accessible web animation: The WCAG on animation explained.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- VoiceOver on iOS 14 supports description lists (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- ComicA11y (resource – comica11y.humaan.com)
- How do the new iOS 14 accessibility features stack up? (blog post – deque.com)
- Performance metrics for front-end applications (blog post – blog.bitsrc.io)
- WAVE 3.1 release (blog post – webaim.org)
- Interaction media features and their potential (for incorrect assumptions) (blog post – css-tricks.com)
- The W3C drops WordPress from consideration (blog post – joedolson.com)
- Adobe unveils ambitious multi-year vision for PDF: Introduces Liquid Mode (blog post – blog.adobe.com)
New to A11y?
Eric Eggert explains why the TAB key is so important in accessibility. Eric covers one of the most important parts of learning accessibility. I love this insight: “One could say that keyboard input is used like an API between the website or app and the assistive technology.”
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