Featured: Tips for focus styles
Nic Chan shares tips on designing and implementing useful focus styles.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- A simple custom (blog post – html5accessibility.com)
- First public working draft of WCAG 3.0, A brief history (blog post – deque.com)
- Fundraising campaigns platforms for all (blog post - knowbility.org)
- How to avoid layout shifts caused by web fonts (blog post - simonhearne.com)
- 2021 State of Digital Accessibility survey (survey - levelaccess.com)
- Traits of a good accessible iOS app (blog post - dadederk.github.io)
- Pika (tool - superhighfives.com)
- Accessibility specialists need to look beyond conformance (blog post - lireo.com)
- An introduction to macOS Head Pointer (blog post - thoughtbot.com)
- An insider look at WCAG 3.0 (blog post - jspellman-77432.medium.com)
- What I learned from talking to 20 diversity, equity, and inclusion experts (blog post - fastcompany.com)
- Use the tabindex attribute (blog post - a11yproject.com)
- Consistency is the secret sauce of web accessibility (blog post - blog.pope.tech)
- Accessible Jeopardy prototype (resource - codepen.io/mfairchild365)
New to A11y?
Terence Eden explains why simple HTML proves effective. Working on the web means much of what you create today may not be around years from now. Everything changes rapidly. But simple HTML and progressive enhancement mean what you do create will reach the widest audience, even under hostile conditions. That endures in its own way.
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