Featured: Under-engineered responsive tables
Sarah L. Fossheim says that around the U.S. presendential election, the majority of news sources published plenty of visualizations, but very few of them in an accessible format.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Q&A with Sara Hendren (blog post – disabilityvisibilityproject.com)
- A11Y Websites (resource – a11ywebsites.com)
- Know your standards (blog post – html5accessibility.com)
- Survey of web accessibility practitioners #3 (survey – webaim.org
- Don’t rely on YouTube transcripts (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- Why it’s good for users that HTML, CSS and JS are separate languages (blog post – hiddedevries.nl)
- Five things every front end developer should know in 2021 (tweet – twitter.com/mmatuzo)
- Accessible, smooth scroll-to-top buttons with little code (blog post – ashleemboyer.com)
New to A11y?
Back in May this year, on Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Tatiana Mac curated a special edition of the UX Collective newsletter, focused on accessibility. It’s packed with resources to help you get going if you’re new to this space. Take a look into any of these and follow a path to go even deeper.
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