Featured: Improving wireframe accessibility
Isaac Durazo outlines how to make a crucial part of the design process more welcoming to everyone.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Technology doesn’t make accessibility hard. People who don’t care do (blog post – uxdesign.cc)
- hasPopup hasPoop (blog post – html5accessibility.com)
- Gaze detection (code - github.com/charliegerard)
- Holly Schroeder talks about working memory and ADD (podcast - a11yrules.com)
- Criticisms of “quick-fix” website accessibility products highlighted in new lawsuit (blog post - adatitleiii.com)
- Floating Focus (blog post/code - engineering.q42.nl)
- Just because I have a vertical screen, doesn’t mean I’m on a phone! (blog post - shkspr.mobi)
- Evinced is pushing the limits of automated accessibility testing (blog post - marcysutton.com)
New to A11y?
Hidde de Vries reminds you that accessibility is easier when you do it earlier. Hidde outlines three things you can do to help bring inclusive thinking into your processes sooner. My favorite? Focusing on HTML proficiency. It’s where a lot of issues come from.
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