Featured: WebAIM Million – 2021 update
This annual accessibility analysis of the home pages of the top one million web sites provides insight into the current state of and trends for web accessibility.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- All about the presentation: Don’t let accessibility slide (blog post – tpgi.com)
- ‘Disability keeps getting left out’: A Google exec on boosting representation of people with disabilities — and bringing them into the C-suite (article – marketwatch.com)
- AccessAbility playbook (resource - ceacs-cesca.github.io)
- To subset or not subset fonts (blog post - ericwbailey.design)
- Exploring color-contrast() for the first time (blog post - css-tricks.com)
- What’s ‘normative’ in WCAG? (blog post - hiddedevries.nl)
- Developer modules (resource - w3.org/wai)
- Empathy cannot sustain action in technology accessibility (research - frontiersin.org)
- Why accessible documentation is a must for design systems (blog post - knapsack.cloud)
- Should you use an h1 in email code? (blog post - goodemailcode.com)
- IAAP pre-approves The A11Y Collective courses as Continuing Accessibility Education Credits (blog post - a11y-collective.com)
- Making content usable for people with cognitive and learning disabilities (resource - w3.org)
- HTML developers: Please consider – in the year of 2021 (blog post - html5accessibility.com)
New to A11y?
How do you make accessibility easier? Kate Kalcevich and Mike Gifford say catch issues earlier by baking layers of accessibility testing into your process. Everyone has a role to play here too, as one person can’t do this on their own.
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