Featured: The hidden history of screen readers
“For decades, blind programmers have been creating the tools their community needs.”
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Am I disabled? (blog post – aeon.co)
- Digital accessibility legal updates on LFLegal (May 1 – July 10, 2022) (blog post – lflegal.com)
- Generating accessibility test results for a whole website with Pa11y CI (blog post - matthiasott.com)
- What are the top 6 problem spots for blind testers in accessibility testing? (blog post - equalentry.com)
- Change management in accessibility: Strategic execution framework (blog post - deque.com)
- For blind internet users, the fix can be worse than the flaws (article - nytimes.com)
- Image description reminder coming to Twitter (tweet - twitter.com/TwitterA11y)
- Perceived affordances and the functionality mismatch (blog post - tink.uk)
- My war on animation (blog post - theverge.com)
New to A11y?
Veronica Lewis has some great ideas for improving alt text on social media. I like a lot of these suggestions, especially the ones centered around allowing users to take action on images without alternative text. Perhaps it could spread awareness about the issue?
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