Featured: An update on the accessibility of conditionally revealed questions
The GOV.UK accessibility team digs into the challenges of making sure all users can perceive and understand conditionally revealed questions.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Can include? (tool – caninclude.glitch.me)
- Why inequalities can appear in digital accessibility and inclusive design (blog post – linkedin.com)
- Facebook rolls out News Feed change that blocks watchdogs from gathering data (blog post - themarkup.org)
- The new requirements for WCAG 2.2 (blog post - visionaustralia.org)
- Accessible Palette: Stop using HSL for color systems (blog post - wildbit.com)
- New WCAG-EM Report Tool (tool - w3.org)
- iPhone 13 Pro - Blind unboxing and demo of VoiceOver automated image descriptions and image explorer (tweet - twitter.com/JamesRath)
- Simplifying form styles with accent-color (blog post - smashingmagazine.com)
- One last time: Custom styling radio buttons and checkboxes (blog post - scottohara.me)
- Beware false negatives (blog post - adrianroselli.com)
New to A11y?
Inclusive Design 24 led last week’s issue. This week, I wanted to mention that the online conference’s YouTube channel has all the talks from this year there already. If you didn’t catch your favorite talk, you can watch them whenever you have the time. The presenters have packed each talk with valuable info!
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