Featured: People problems
Robin Rendle points out that the codebase is easy to change, but the incentives within a company are not.
Read People problems.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- State-switch controls: The infamous case of the “mute” button (blog post – nngroup.com)
- Performance and people (blog post – clearleft.com)
- What is the web? (blog post – webdirections.org)
- Focus management and inert (blog post – css-tricks.com)
- Five false claims 1-line “AI” accessibility script vendors make (video – youtube.com)
- Alternative text for CSS generated content (blog post – digitala11y.com)
- Reducing the site-speed impact of third-party tags (blog post – andydavies.me)
- How to improve core web vitals (blog post – simonhearne.com)
- The lang attribute: Browsers telling lies, telling sweet little lies (blog post – matuzo.at)
- Accessibility: The missing MVP requirement (video – youtube.com)
- Atkinson Hyperlegible Font (tool – brailleinstitute.org)
- Accessible interactions (blog post – adactio.com)
- Enabling keyboard culture with No Mouse Days (blog post – a11yproject.com)
- Hands-free coding (blog post – joshwcomeau.com)
- Deque releases axe accessibility testing tool for Microsoft’s new Edge browser (press release – deque.com)
New to A11y?
Amanda Beiner says that you should go beyond best intentions for better teams. Best intentions “obfuscates the real goal: building a team that works well together because they trust each other.” Trust means everything when it comes to solving hard problems, including accessibility.
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