Featured: Looking at WCAG 2.5.5 for better target sizes
Todd Libby talks about target size and how to make it large enough for users to easily interact with an element.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- It’s all squiggles to me (blog post – medium.com/the-readability-group)
- An accessibility strategy (blog post – linkedin.com)
- Overview of accessibility testing using DevTools (resource - docs.microsoft.com)
- How to document accessibility as a UX designer (blog post - bootcamp.uxdesign.cc)
- Cognitive dissidents (podcast - bemyeyes.com)
- Whose nine is it anyway? (Feedback on the WCAG 2.2 working draft) (blog post - tpgi.com)
- Automating the accessibility tests of your source code with GitHub Actions (blog post - adrianbolonio.com)
- ‘I am not ashamed’: Disability advocates, experts implore you to stop saying ‘special needs’ (article - usatoday.com)
New to A11y?
Kilian Valkhof shares some strategies for fixing contrast issues when designing experiences. I dig tools that suggest alternative colors as a starting point for further exploration.
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