Featured: Collaborative planning, the forgotten step of accessible development
Michael Fairchild introduces a way to approach collaborative planning called Accessibility Behavior Informed Development (a11yBID). It allows teams to discover and document quality accessibility requirements in the form of acceptance criteria before development starts.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- The problem with “click here” and “learn more” links (blog post – uxdesign.cc)
- Disability in tech: A checklist to get your sh*t together (blog post – uxdesign.cc)
- Zoom’s auto-generated captions available to all free Users (blog post - blog.zoom.us)
- Using the “text” role (blog post - tpgi.com)
- Accessible toggles (blog post - css-irl.info)
- COP26: Wheelchair-using minister unable to attend summit (news article - bbc.com)
- Why you need to do user testing with deaf and hard of hearing people (blog post - makeitfable.com)
- Justice Department secures settlement with Rite Aid Corporation to make vaccine portal accessible (blog post - g3ict.org)
- Legal update: Accessibility overlay edition (blog post - lflegal.com)
- The high cost of living in a disabling world (blog post - theguardian.com)
- Super short note on CSS text (again) (blog post - html5accessibility.com)
- The access series (article series - bitchmedia.org)
- Disability activist dies after United Airlines destroyed her custom wheelchair (news article - newsweek.com)
New to A11y?
Scott O’Hara writes about the tricky task of naming and labeling web content which can cause many accessibility issues. This is a deep dive that I know I’ll reference on a regular basis, and I bet you will too.
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