Featured: No accessibility without disabilities
Eric Eggert points out that some people new to accessibility view the space as separate from disabilities. And you really can’t do that.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Re: nuance in ARIA (blog post – hiddedevries.nl
- Inclusive design (blog post - nngroup.com)
- Accessibly insecure (blog post - a11ysavvy.com)
- EU runs world’s largest accessibility test (blog post - deque.com)
- Front End Nerdery podcast - Anna E. Cook (podcast - youtube.com)
- “Evergreen” does not mean immediately available (blog post - css-tricks.com)
- Foundations: Colour contrast (blog post - tetralogical.com)
- Considering dynamic search results and content (blog post - scottohara.me)
New to A11y?
The UK government created a set of accessibility posters covering general guidance on how to design more accessible services. The posters lay out best design practices for users from these areas: low vision, D/deaf and hard of hearing, dyslexia, motor disabilities, users on the autistic spectrum and users of screen readers. These posters are great places to start in each of these topic areas.
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