Featured: Understanding WCAG 2.1 Level AAA
Ian Pouncey explains the differences between the success criteria levels in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- As much as I love being a cochlear implant user, certain aspects of the experience (for me, anyway) are consistently frustrating. (tweet thread – twitter.com/sarahlovesears)
- WCAG 3.0: What you need to know about the future of accessibility standards (blog post – uxdesign.cc)
- Scroll to top: Where should the focus land? (blog post - digitala11y.com)
- Dear HTML element (blog post - danabyerly.com)
- Adding A dyslexia-friendly mode to a website (blog post - smashingmagazine.com)
- Website liability legal update (video - convergeaccessibility.com)
- Possible with accessibility? (video - youtube.com)
- Software developers shouldn’t overlook alt text (blog post - builtin.com)
New to A11y?
Martin Underhill wrote a short reminder about why words matter in links, buttons and forms. I like the suggestions Martin outlines here. We tend to take the lazy way out with text, leaning on one word like “click” for everything when that may not be the best description.
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