Featured: Regaining your accessibility spark
Sheri Byrne-Haber has some advice to help you regain your energy when you get run down doing accessibility work.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Unique job site can help neurodivergent people find meaningful work — while being themselves (blog post – microsoft.com
- Anticipate and adjust: Cultivating access in human-centered methods (blog post - a11ykelly.medium.com)
- Progressive enhancement and HTML forms: Use FormData (blog post - bram.us)
- Foundations: Lists (blog post - tetralogical.com)
- Web Accessibility in Mind Conference (event - conference.webaim.org)
- Introducing inert (blog post - developer.chrome.com)
- The role of policy in creating a culture of accessibility (blog post - microassist.com)
- I’m Deaf and I have ‘perfect’ speech. Here’s why it’s actually a nightmare (blog post - huffpost.com)
New to A11y?
Jon Whiting at WebAIM put together some tips for accessible screen sharing. The formula for conveying on-screen actions could be handy for all those complicated designs and flows that you need to show. Doing these things regularly also makes them more acceptable in your organization. It becomes the way things are done, instead of something new or different.
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