Featured: Your Wordle results are annoying, but not for the reasons you think
Anna E. Cook shows you how to make all those Wordle results more inclusive.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Are we live? (blog post – scottohara.me
- Do we need screen reader for accessibility testing (blog post - digitala11y.com)
- The social model: do we disable people through our tech? (blog post - getstark.co)
- How to avoid layout shifts caused by web fonts (blog post - simonhearne.com)
- The baseline for web development in 2022 (blog post - engineering.linecorp.com)
- Accessibility made simple (podcast - rss.com)
- Three ways Intuit helped me make my word accessible (blog post - blogs.intuit.com)
- Accessibility testing best practices in CI/CD (blog post - blog.testproject.io)
- No motion isn’t always prefers-reduced-motion (blog post - css-tricks.com)
- Virtual reality accessibility: The importance of comfort ratings and reducing motion (blog post - equalentry.com)
- Developing a focus style for a themable design system (blog post - adhoc.team)
- The internet is unusable: The disabled view (event - meetup.com)
New to A11y?
Marina Castejon walks you through some of the basics of accessibility, and how the Canonical staff is thinking about the topics and tackling the tasks ahead. I like how Marina and company have choosen to fall back to the principle of comparable experience when WCAG alone doesn’t cut it.
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