Featured: Narrow Winn-Dixie court opinion limits certain types of web accessibility lawsuits in three U.S. states
Lainey Feingold encourages you to keep the latest Winn-Dixie court decision in perspective. The article lists several factors to keep in mind when considering the opinion and its impact on web accessibility in the United States.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Winn-Dixie Opinion: A judge on a mission to eliminate civil rights (blog post – lflegal.com)
- Disability rights advocates question Kentucky policy on COVID vaccines (news article – wfpl.org)
- Designing custom focus indicators (blog post - craftcms.com)
- Inclusive teaching: Audio describing your own presentations (blog post - feather.ca)
- The harmful ableist language you unknowingly use (blog post - bbc.com)
- Visually impaired users complain after rail websites go greyscale for Prince Philip (news article - theguardian.com)
- Chartability (tool - chartability.fizz.studio)
- Mobile accessibility: How to build apps that work for all users (blog post - shopify.com)
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