Featured: Why WCAG 2.2 is still in the oven
“We’re currently looking at September 2022 as a potential date for WCAG 2.2. That’s a significant delay. So it’s worth asking the question, how come writing WCAG 2 takes so much time, and why do we see such lengthy delays?”
Read more of Why WCAG 2.2 is still in the oven.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Reminder: Inclusive Design 24 call for presentations is open until June 5 (event – inclusivedesign24.org
- Linux accessibility: An unmaintained mess (blog post - email@example.com)
- What’s your heading? (blog post - dev.to/colabottles)
- PDFs, non-HTML documents, and accessibility (blog post - blog.pope.tech)
- Designing for web accessibility in 60 seconds (blog post - davidakennedy.com)
- Divs are bad! (blog post - matuzo.at)
- Accessible color for design systems just got easier (blog post - medium.com/@NateBaldwin)
- Debugging accessibility with Chrome DevTools (video - youtube.com)
- DeafBlind communities may be creating a new language of touch (article - newyorker.com)
- A different view into accessibility overlays (blog post - convergeaccessibility.com)
- How leaders can build a culture of empathy (webinar - zoom.us)
New to A11y?
Global Accessibility Awareness Day happens this week, on May 19th. That link will take you to the place to find an event to attend in your area or virtually. It’s a great day to start diving deep into accessibility because of the variety of activities. If you’re completely new to the topic, Melanie Sumner has a quick accessibility introduction for you.
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