Featured: Article vs. section: How to choose the right one
“In this article, Olushuyi explores a mental model that helps you decide between the article and section elements when writing documents. You will explore how grouping content affects accessibility and how you can make it all count for users.”
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- How to design for accessibility with your iOS app (blog post – medium.com/intuit-engineering)
- The 10 affirmations of good digital accessibility (blog post – deque.com)
- The unexpected star of NASA’s Webb images — the alt text descriptions (article - washingtonpost.com)
- Misuse of Twitter’s alt text feature draws criticism from accessibility advocates (article - wsj.com)
- #ADA32: The ADA has applied to digital for decades (blog post - lflegal.com)
- Speaking up and speaking out: Tactical communication in accessibility (talk - equalentry.com)
- Design systems for humans (blog post - amyhupe.co.uk)
- When equal isn’t equitable (blog post - medium.com/microsoft-design)
- DOJ announces new Title II ADA web accessibility regulation (blog post - convergeaccessibility.com)
- Firefox (and other browsers), forgotten? (blog post - dev.to/colabottles)
- A technical introduction to Google TalkBack (blog post - qbalsdon.github.io)
- Accessibility Report July 2022 (resource - emailmarkup.org)
New to A11y?
Jon Whiting over at WebAIM has some tips for getting the most out of WAVE. Jon aimed this post at people already familiar with WAVE, but even if you’re just getting started with one of my favorite accessibility checkers, these tips will help you take your work with the tool to the next level.
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