Featured: Hiding content responsibly
Kitty Giraudel discusses all the ways to hide something, be it through HTML or CSS, and when to use which one.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- The Paciello Group is now TPGi! (blog post – tpgi.com)
- What we can learn from Apple’s dataviz accessibility (blog post – fossheim.io)
- Inaccessibility warnings in the browser anyone? (blog post - accessabilly.com)
- Inclusive design for sickle cell warriors (blog post - medium.com/intuit-design)
- Implicit cultural norms and accessible social media (blog post - ericwbailey.design)
- Accessible motion: Why it’s essential and how to do it right (blog post - medium.com/design-ibm)
- Should I use an accessibility overlay? (resource - shouldiuseanaccessibilityoverlay.com)
- I have essential tremors: hands, head, both sides of my face and internal (tweet - twitter.com/314UXHolly)
- Material Design text fields are badly designed (blog post - smashingmagazine.com)
- Update on live transcription for free accounts (blog post - blog.zoom.us)
- How we improved the accessibility of our single page app menu (blog post - css-tricks.com)
- I find it absolutely astounding that #AccessiBe are trying to portray themselves as the victims here (tweet - twitter.com/CatchTheseWords)
- Generate accessible UI colors with a11y-color-tokens (code - dev.to/5t3ph)
- Accessibility of COVID-19 vaccine pages and barriers to individuals with disabilities (blog post - webaim.org)
- The COVID Zoom boom is reshaping sign language (article - scientificamerican.com)
New to A11y?
Martin Underhill helps you understand when and how to use the section element. Hint: It’s effectively the same as using a div, unless you want to call out a larger, important section by making it a landmark.
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