Featured: Letting users tick a ‘none’ checkbox
Veering more into the usability realm than the accessibility realm, Gov.uk designers share why providing one more checkbox improves the experience.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- A bias-driven abuse of screen reader detection that enforces a special rule just for Blind users (tweet thread – twitter.com/ChanceyFleet)
- Your CSS is an interface (blog post – ericwbailey.design)
- How designers can prevent user errors (blog post - uxtools.co)
- Can we say “disabled”? (blog post - kittygiraudel.com)
- Accessible writing (video - youtube.com)
- Disability in the new workplace: What companies need to know and do (research / PDF - projectinclude.org)
- Designing a reorderable list component (blog post - darins.page)
- This company tapped AI for its website—and landed in court (news article - wired.com)
- How we made the GOV.UK accordion component more accessible (blog post - insidegovuk.blog.gov.uk)
New to A11y?
Michele Williams has a great talk on conducting accessibility user research that you should watch. I love how Michele emphasizes this early on in the presentation: “You are responsible for testing accessibility. Your participants are testing usability.” This so often gets misunderstood.
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