Featured: Why we need CSS Speech
“In these times when almost every device and platform is capable of talking to you, you may be surprised to learn that there is no way for authors to design the aural presentation of web content, in the way they can design the visual presentation.”
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Lefty dentists and inclusive design (blog post - uxdesign.cc)
- How to build the foundation for digital accessibility (blog post - deque.com)
- Four required tests before shipping new features (blog post - thinkdobecreate.com)
- SEO and accessibility are symbiotic (blog post – deque.com)
- Representation in alt text (blog post – aaron-gustafson.com)
- When life gives you lemons, write better error messages (blog post - wix-ux.com)
- Accessibility insights with Natalie Tucker from Spotify (webinar - abilitynet-org-uk.zoom.us)
New to A11y?
The folks over at AccessiCart put together a accessible content checklist that you should find helpful. This checklist covers less of the technical aspects of accessibility and more of the day to day questions people creating content ask every day. I could see this becoming a regularly-used reference.
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