Featured: ARIA in HTML
Learn about how the ARIA in HTML specification defines rules that conformance checkers can implement to keep authors from using ARIA unnecessarily, or to mitigate its usage in a way that would conflict with the strong native semantics and functionality of HTML.
Read more of ARIA in HTML.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Let’s talk about the elephant in the room: invisible disabilities (blog post – accessibility.blog.gov.uk)
- Access Guide (resource – accessguide.io)
- How you as a site author can help comprehension (blog post - tpgi.com)
- Why debate non-text contrast of UI elements? (blog post - iknowdavehouse.medium.com)
- Accessible overflow (blog post - marcus.io)
- Five ways to include d/Deaf users in your designs (blog post - tpgi.com)
- Preserved in HTML (blog post - html5accessibility.com)
- Making a strong case for accessibility (blog post - smashingmagazine.com)
- Get started with web accessibility (course - trailhead.salesforce.com)
- Web accessibility roundtable: Principles and practices in action (event - cyber-duck.co.uk)
New to A11y?
Jennifer Leigh Brown discusses the distinctions in experience design between accessibility and inclusive design. The action-based goals serve as a great place to start for doing more, especially recruiting and collaborating with a diverse set of users.
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