Featured: The inaccessible web: how we got into this mess
Mischa Andrews explains just how the Web became and becomes so inaccessible. Plus, she offers some thoughts on the path toward a more inclusive Web.
Read more in The inaccessible web: how we got into this mess.
News and links
Resources, tools and tutorials
- Accessible language pickers (blog post)
- What does accessibility supported mean? (blog post)
- Accessibility for all (podcast)
- Computer Vision API: What does it see? (blog post)
- Wa11y (resource)
- Making accessible links: 15 golden rules for developers (blog post)
- Button design best practices (blog post)
- How to create a culture of accessibility (blog post)
- Three things you should know before using VoiceOver for testing (blog post)
- Everything Apple Accessibility with Paul Adam (podcast)
- Pantsuit: The Hillary Clinton UI pattern library (tool)
- Introducing AccessLint CI - automated web accessibility testing (tool)
- Creating an accessible culture (blog post)
- Building in 10k: Markup for accessibility, clarity, and affordance (blog post)
- Screen reader compatibility for non-text content (resource)
New to A11y
Google has put together a free, six-week course on web accessibility, focused on developing with empathy, and it’s free on Udacity. (Last week’s issue had the wrong link, so this resource is repeated.)
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