Making websites easier to talk to
Frederick O’Brien says between phone assistants, home speakers, and screen readers, more and more people are using the web without even looking at it. Websites need to evolve in kind.
Read Making websites easier to talk to.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Adobe for all: Q&A with Haben Girma and Sinéad Burke (blog post – blog.adobe.com)
- Axe Con schedule (event – deque.com)
- Helping the helpers be more inclusive: A 4 part series (blog post – knowbility.org)
- aria-label, aria-labelledby, and aria-describedby: What’s the difference? (blog post – benmyers.dev
- Web Almanac: Accessibility (resource – almanac.httparchive.org)
- VPAT primer: What is a VPAT? (blog post – microassist.com)
- WebKit’s presentational list heuristics for accessibility (tweet thread – twitter.com/cookiecrook)
- Alt-Text as poetry (resource – alt-text-as-poetry.net)
New to A11y?
David MacDonald shares some tips to demystify WAI-ARIA that touches on all the basics. I like how concise this post is, and how it describes each element.
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