Featured: How to hire for digital accessibility roles
Kate Kalcevich shares tips on which skills and questions to keep in mind when hiring for digital accessibility roles.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Disabled passengers were promised autonomous vehicles — they’re still waiting (blog post – theverge.com
- Don’t judge progress by the number of open issues (blog post - joedolson.com)
- Alt tag emptiness (blog post - html5accessibility.com)
- My ADHD and me (blog post - craigabbott.co.uk)
- Biden and CDC’s Covid-19 variant guidelines have disabled people feeling left for dead (blog post - msnbc.com)
- HTML is general, ARIA is specific (blog post - daverupert.com)
- A unified theory of web performance (blog post - calendar.perfplanet.com)
- The optional chaining operator, “modern” browsers, and my mom (blog post - blog.jim-nielsen.com)
- Scroll to top: Does it need to be accessible? (blog post - digitala11y.com)
- Revisiting why hyperlinks are blue (blog post - blog.mozilla.org)
- Boolean attributes in HTML and ARIA: what’s the difference? (blog post - hiddedevries.nl)
- Disabled Americans feel abandoned by CDC. Now, CDC is desperate to make amends (news article - rollingstone.com)
- Interview with Japan’s first person with a disability in the member of the House of Councillors (blog post - equalentry.com)
- At-home Coronavirus tests are inaccessible to blind people (news article - nytimes.com)
- One giant leap for accessibility: Meet the new photo metadata standards (blog post - scribelytribe.com)
- Accessibility data is not the enemy (blog post - uxdesign.cc)
New to A11y?
Patrick H. Lauke points out that animations and movement can cause issues, unless implemented correctly. I like Patrick’s clear tips for handling this type of design tool.
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