Featured: WCAG 3 is not ready yet
If you’ve seen some people excited about using version 3 of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) recently, hold on. Eric Eggert warns it’s not ready and it won’t be for quite some time.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- How to recognise and promote a neurodiverse workforce (webinar – zoom.us
- How many people with disabilities use our site? (blog post – hiddedevries.nl)
- Designing better links for websites and emails: A guideline (blog post - smashingmagazine.com)
- Overlay False Claims (resource - overlayfalseclaims.com)
- A guide to the visual language of closed captions and subtitles (resource - uxdesign.cc)
- Mick and the life-changing friendship (podcast - abc.net.au)
- If computers could speak (podcast - abc.net.au)
- Test your product on a crappy laptop (blog post - css-tricks.com)
- Under-engineered dependency questions (blog post - adrianroselli.com)
- Component libraries, accessibility and transparency (blog post - brucelawson.co.uk)
- Building the most inaccessible site possible (video - vimeo.com)
- Standardizing focus styles with CSS custom properties (blog post - css-tricks.com)
New to A11y?
I imagine for some of you, reading through W3C specification documentation on various accessibility topics can be overwhelming. But they come packed with great information. ARIA in HTML landed this week as a W3C recommendation. It’s full of advice and best practices for using ARIA in everyday situations.
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