Featured: Good, better, best: Untangling the complex world of accessible patterns
Carie Fisher provides a critical thinking approach to selecting the best accessible pattern.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Practical accessibility, part 1: Markup semantics & ARIA (blog post – filamentgroup.com)
- Accessible text labels for all (blog post – sarasoueidan.com)
- People with disabilities say this AI tool is making the web worse for them (news article - vice.com)
- Managing focus in the shadow DOM (blog post - nolanlawson.com)
- In praise of the unambiguous click menu (blog post - css-tricks.com)
- Show/hide password accessibility and password hints tutorial (blog post - incl.ca)
- Accessible text scaling for Android (blog post - dev.to/sigute)
- The fast food approach to web accessibility (blog post - pneumasolutions.com)
New to A11y?
Chris Ferdinandi says there’s no such thing as a website or web app that doesn’t need to be accessible. Agreed, of course! My favorite point? The fact that disabilities aren’t static, and neither are people. You can’t predict how people will use your work or what they’ll need on a given day.
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