Featured: Proving accessibility is worth it with analytics
Josh Harrison writes about how proving that making accessibility a priority is worth it, and proving it by tracking keyboard events in applications.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Blind people, advocates slam company claiming to make websites ADA compliant (news article – nbcnews.com)
- Accessibility testing as a screen reader user (blog post – tpgi.com)
- Designing for inclusion: An interview with Nancy Douyon (blog post - editorx.com)
- What I learned by relearning HTML (blog post - dannyguo.com)
- Five key accessibility questions to ask when buying digital tools, sites or apps (poster) (resource - hassellinclusion.com)
- Making disabled buttons more inclusive (blog post - css-tricks.com)
- Web accessibility for newbies (blog post - levelup.gitconnected.com)
- Dashboard expands to include accessibility rankings of state vaccine websites (blog post - hub.jhu.edu)
- For wide review: WCAG 2.2 working draft (blog post - w3.org)
New to A11y?
The 10th Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). happens Thursday May 22. Visit the GAAD site to submit or view GAAD events, find other ways to participate, and to download the GAAD logo and virtual background. Use the #gaad hashtag on all of your social platforms to follow along or when mentioning the day. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get hold of co-founders Joe Devon and Jennison Asuncion. Stay tuned as they will have at least one exciting announcement on GAAD.
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