Featured: Disability: Let’s say the word
Emily Ogle reminds us that disability as a minority group is the only one that everyone can enter in and exit out of during their lifetime. So why are some people reluctant to say the word?
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Accessibility for e-commerce: Three best practices for navigational links (blog post – baymard.com)
- Fix web accessibility systematically (blog post – yatil.net)
- U.S. federal judge rules for Walmart, against blind shoppers, in self-checkout kiosk case (blog post - lflegal.com)
- Tips for inclusive and accessible hiring and recruiting (blog post - deque.com)
- The ADA lawsuit settlement involving an accessibility overlay (blog post - sheribyrnehaber.medium.com)
- UX design has a dirty secret (blog post - fastcompany.com)
- Stark for FigJam (tool - figma.com)
- What the tag? (tool - whatthetag.com)
- This is the way: A phased approach to accessibility in the development lifecycle (blog post - deque.com)
- Respecting users’ Motion Preferences (blog post - smashingmagazine.com)
- Semantic menu context (blog post - scottohara.me)
- Hocus :focus (game - focus.hteumeuleu.com)
- Declaring page language—and declaring changes in language (game - meiert.com)
- AI & disability inclusion toolkit (resource - peatworks.org)
New to A11y?
Manuel Matuzović shares a few quick tips on using landmarks in the HTML Heaven newsletter. Lankmarks come up a lot in my accessibility reviews. People overlook them easily. I like the bulleted list of tips here: straightforward and useful.
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