Featured: Thoughts on skin tone and text descriptions
Léonie Watson asks the question, “If you read a text description that says “A person”, what does the image in your head look like?”
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Emojis and accessibility: The dos and don’ts of including emojis in texts and emails (blog post – blog.easterseals.com
- Defining a strategy for accessibility (blog post - craigabbott.co.uk)
- SiriusXM sued for failing to provide podcast transcripts for Deaf users (blog post - theverge.com)
- WCAG 2 is what we have (resource - kilianvalkhof.com.com)
- How to design voice-controlled smart devices for blind people (blog post - makeitfable.com)
- Tailwind and the femininity of CSS (blog post - thoughtbot.com)
- Why we need more accessibility designers (video - youtube.com)
New to A11y?
Lauren Connelly wrote a post all about assistive technology that gives you a good overview of what’s out there. There might be more that helps people get tasks done and access information than you might think.
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