News and links
The new, improved ChromeVox screen reader: From the article, “We’re introducing a new, more efficient and powerful version of ChromeVox, which is now the default screen reader on every Chromebook running on Chrome OS 56 or above.”
Resources, tools and tutorials
- Sounding out the web: accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing people [Part 1] (blog post)
- Developing accessible WordPress plugins with Joe Dolson (podcast)
- Experimenting With speechSynthesis (blog post)
- Not all screen reader users are blind (blog post)
- An overview of PDF inaccessibility (blog post)
- Giphy launches a library of American Sign Language GIFs (blog post)
- WAVE Accessibility Extension for Firefox is back (tool)
New to A11y
The Cryptzone blog tells you where to start when it comes to website accessibility testing, a great place to go first if you’re new to the space.
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