Featured: Screen Reader User Survey #9 results from WebAIM
In May to June 2021, WebAIM surveyed preferences of screen reader users. It received 1568 valid responses, and these are the results.
Read more of Screen Reader User Survey #9 results from WebAIM.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- The WSJ on designing for motion sensitivities (blog post – valhead.com)
- Ham biscuit on (blog post – ericwbailey.design)
- Diversity and inclusion at W3C: Inclusion fund and fellowships for TPAC 2021 (blog post - w3.org)
- The biggest unanswered accessibility questions for any organisation (blog post - uxdesign.cc)
- What is Knowbility doing on Clubhouse? (blog post - knowbility.org)
- Will accessibility become increasingly important for SEO? (blog post - deque.com)
- prefers-reduced-motion and browser defaults (blog post - brucelawson.co.uk)
- Evaluating color and contrast—How hard can it be? (blog post - webaim.org)
- 94 percent of the largest e-commerce sites are not accessibility compliant (report - baymard.com)
New to A11y?
Sarah L. Fossheim writes about excluding non-binary people by design with sign-up forms, saying “…broken features that open the door for discriminating [against] trans and non-binary people.” Unfortunately, Sarah also points out that likely either no trans or non-binary folks were involved or consulted on this, or their concerns just weren’t listened to. We have to create the time and space for good design to happen.
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