Featured: Accessibility micro-coaching
Sheri Byrne-Haber gives a name to all the quick interactions you have with colleagues, aiming to teach them about accessibility.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Axe-core vs PA11Y: Which one should you choose? (blog post – craigabbott.co.uk)
- Early bird tickets for Accessibility Toronto Conference are available until September 24th (event – a11y.ca)
- Best practices for building accessible mobile apps (blog post - increment.com)
- Shifting accessibility testing to the left (blog post - applitools.com)
- Updated - Text spacing bookmarklet for testing WCAG 2.1 Success Criterion 1.4.12 Text Spacing (tool - cdpn.io/stevef)
- From nothing to something: How a team of two kickstarted an accessibility program (blog post - deque.com)
- Thoughtbot.com, dark mode, and other user preferences (blog post - ericwbailey.design)
- Deque Systems opens call for speakers and registration for Axe-con 2022 (event - deque.com)
- Call for presentations for general sessions at the 2022 CSUN Assistive Technology Conference (event - csun.edu)
- It’s time for airlines to change how they treat wheelchair users (blog post - matadornetwork.com)
- ol vs. ul vs. div (blog post - htmhell.dev)
- Getting started with web accessibility testing (blog post - saucelabs.com)
- The effect of CSS on screen readers (blog post - uselessdivs.com)
New to A11y?
Alvaro Montoro put together a fun post on creating accessible CSS art. The lesson here? Just because something relies heavily on visuals doesn’t mean it can’t be experienced by a wide audience.
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