Featured: How to create a screen reader accessible graph like Apple’s with D3.js
Sarah L. Fossheim walks you through recreating a complex graph with D3.js.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Are bad graphical descriptions better than no graphical descriptions to someone with vision loss? (blog post – uxdesign.cc)
- Loading images responsibly (blog post – alanthe.dev)
- How to improve CSS performance (blog post - calibreapp.com)
- Designing for the (WCAG) future (blog post - medium.com/intuit-design)
- Behind the scenes of axe-con: Building a large, accessible conference (blog post - deque.com)
- About legibility and readability (blog post - medium.com/the-readability-group)
- VoiceOver support for macOS in Firefox 87 (blog post - blog.mozilla.org/accessibility)
- 2021 web accessibility legal update (video - convergeaccessibility.com)
- Let me learn: Provide tutorials in more formats (blog post - tatianamac.com)
- Automated accessibility testing: Leveraging GitHub Actions and pa11y-ci with axe (blog post - accessibility.civicactions.com)
- How to write inclusive, accessible digital products (blog post - uxdesign.cc)
- A11yship is multi-dimensional (podcast - dev.to)
- Survey of web accessibility practitioners #3 results (blog post - webaim.org)
New to A11y?
Screen reader user Anthony Vasquez shares what it’s like to use a screen reader. I love the details on preferences in this post. It gives a good glimpse into some of the smaller parts to using a screen reader regularly.
Suggestions and corrections
Have a suggestion for something to be included in Accessibility Weekly? Did I make a mistake that doesn't belong on the Internet? You can either reply to this email or send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsorships and donations
You can sponsor Accessibility Weekly!. If you or your company is interested, send a note to email@example.com.
If you enjoy the newsletter, consider making a donation.