Featured: Not it! A game of accessibility hide-and-seek with technology vendors
Sarah Horton has seen a handful of technology vendors skirt the respnsibility of accessibility rather than own it.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Re-upped: Placeholder – the piss-take label (blog post – html5accessibility.com)
- Accessibility auditing and pushing for more (blog post – alastairc.uk)
- A sneak peek into WCAG 3.0 First Public Draft (blog post - digitala11y.com)
- WhiteHouse.gov: Beginning an accessibility journey (blog post - medium.com/civicactions)
- How we created a reporting tool to improve the accessibility of GOV.UK (blog post - dataingovernment.blog.gov.uk)
- Creating captivating video captions with Meryl Evans (podcast - torquemag.io)
- Designing for dyslexia (blog post - medium.com/branding101)
- Free feedback for #accessiBe (blog post - adrianroselli.com)
- Designing inclusive content models (blog post - alistapart.com)
- Testing color contrast in mobile apps (blog post - alistapart.com)
- Solve for one – Extend to many (blog post - blogs.intuit.com)
- How to use empathy to design for inclusion (blog post - invisionapp.com/inside-design)
- Screen reader user myth: Screen reader users are early adopters (tweet thread - twitter.com/GeauxEnder)
New to A11y?
Veronica Lewis shares some simple tips for optimizing a site for cognitive accessibility. Lots of useful advice here. Which one can have lots of impact? Making sure links (and other labels) have descriptive names. I see a lack of this all the time in accessibility audits.
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