Featured: A guide to designing accessible, WCAG-compliant focus indicators
Sara Soueidan teaches you how to create thoughtful, accessible, and well-designed focus styles in one of the deepest articles on the topic.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- On the dl (blog post – benmyers.dev)
- What are accessibility overlays good for? (blog post – uxdesign.cc)
- Twitter’s image-cropping algorithm marginalizes elderly, disabled, and Arabic (blog post - thenextweb.com)
- How to test for accessibility with users at every design stage (blog post - ux.shopify.com)
- A WAVE Edge extension now available for Microsoft Edge (tool - microsoftedge.microsoft.com/addons)
- How to recruit and onboard neurodivergent people (blog post - blog.container-solutions.com)
- Using scaffolding strategies to introduce accessibility topics (blog post - teachingaccessibility.ac.uk)
- Accessible contrast ratios and A-levels explained (blog post - getstark.co)
- Twitter’s new font and Last of Us 2: An accessibility lesson to be learned (blog post - uxdesign.cc)
- New Inclusive Design 24 schedule (event - inclusivedesign24.org)
- Inclusive usability testing: The benefits of inclusive design (blog post - visionaustralia.org)
New to A11y?
You may take HTML for granted. But it’s powerful. You can learn just how powerful through two links this week. The first from Crystal Preston-Watson: A video all about semantic HTML and accessibility. Follow that up with a short post from Rian Rietveld on ARIA called, The first rule for using ARIA.
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