Featured: Understanding logical focus order
Rachel Leggett explains the ins and outs of logical focus order, how to test for it and what to avoid.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Accessibility isn’t new — and neither is ableism (blog post – mawconsultingllc.com)
- Improving the accessibility of your Markdown (blog post – smashingmagazine.com)
- Announcing Stark for Mac in private beta (tool - getstark.co)
- Accessibility review of online survey tools (blog post - washington.edu/accessibility)
- Browsing with a desktop screen reader (blog post - tetralogical.com)
- Navigating website accessibility under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (blog post - natlawreview.com)
- Americans with disabilities less likely than those without to own some digital devices (research - pewresearch.org)
- Recent Siri changes remove call, email, and voicemail features used by low vision and blind users (blog post - macrumors.com)
- The CSS prefers-color-scheme user query and order of preference (blog post - sarasoueidan.com)
New to A11y?
I wanted to share a post I wrote a few weeks ago since it pairs so well with the featured article this week. When to manage focus in an accessible way helps you understand focus management so someone doesn’t lose their place on a page or within an experience. It’s often overlooked by designers and engineers.
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