Featured: The ballad of text overflow
James Edwards goes deep on the text-overflow CSS property, and the challenges it can cause for accessibility.
Read more of The ballad of text overflow.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Two levels of customising selectmenu (blog post – hidde.blog)
- The what, how, and why of audio description with Dr. Joel Snyder (podcast – 3playmedia.com)
- How this Supreme Court is setting back disability rights — without even trying (blog post - msnbc.com)
- Use Legend and Fieldset (blog post - adrianroselli.com)
- Captions: Humans vs artificial intelligence: Who wins? (blog post - equalentry.com)
- Change management for accessibility: ADKAR model (blog post - deque.com)
- Android accessibility: Roles and TalkBack (blog post - tetralogical.com)
- Why the HTML Outlining Algorithm was removed from the spec – the truth will shock you! (blog post - brucelawson.co.uk)
- The evolution of WCAG: A postcard from the front lines (blog post - accessibility.amnet.com)
- It’s mid-2022 and browsers (mostly Safari) still break accessibility via display properties (blog post - adrianroselli.com)
- Set JAWS free! (blog post - yatil.net)
- Human-centered design Q&A: Accessibility and inclusivity (video - codecomputerlove.com)
- Give feedback on the W3C’s “Making content usable for people with cognitive and learning disabilities” (feedback from - docs.google.com/forms)
- Inclusive and accessible learning and working in a post Covid world (webinar - abilitynet-org-uk.zoom.us)
- How to build a disability inclusive workplace (training - abilitynet.org.uk)
New to A11y?
Matthew Deeprose answers common questions in a presentation with an included transcript: What is alternative text? How do I write it for images, charts, and graphs?. I appreciate how Matthew provides solid examples here to help teach about writing alternative text.
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