Featured: The 411 on 4.1.1
“There is a non-zero chance that WCAG Success Criterion 4.1.1 Parsing will go away in WCAG 2.2. This isn’t a problem for users, regardless of the problems it may pose for the WCAG process, ACT rules, automated testing tools, or ossified testing processes.”
Read more of The 411 on 4.1.1.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Automatic captions: Our experiments and best practices (event - meetup.com/a11ynyc)
- Accessibility and MVPs (blog post - davidakennedy.com)
- Which images need descriptive text? (blog post - tempertemper.net)
- Brief note on Description List support (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- Swearing and automatic captions (blog post – ericwbailey.website)
- Legal update: November, 2022 (blog post - convergeaccessibility.com)
- iOS 16 accessibility: How to use live captions and accessibility shortcuts (blog post - equalentry.com)
- Accessible front-end patterns for responsive tables (part 1) (blog post - smashingmagazine.com)
- Giphy is adding alt text to make GIFs more accessible (article - engadget.com)
- Nick Colley speaks about ADHD and engagement patterns on the web (podcast - a11yrules.com)
- Accessibility: the land that time to interactive forgot (video - youtube.com)
- Accessibility and inclusive design systems with Brad Frost (podcast - bradfrost.com)
New to A11y
Manuel Matuzović created another HTMHell Advent calendar for 2022. Not all of these posts relate to accessibility, but I love some good content about HTML and you should too.
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