Featured: Five myths about digital accessibility
Crystal Preston-Watson created a fun video around some of the myths in digital accessibility. Who says accessibility can’t be entertaining?
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- WCAG – Priority of constituencies (blog post - alastairc.uk)
- Interview with Samuel Proulx (blog post - inklusiv.ca)
- Chat GPT’s accessible dropdown (blog post - maxdesign.com.au)
- What’s new in WCAG 2.2? (blog post – knowbility.org)
- WCAG 3.0: Are we there yet? (blog post – tpgi.com)
- PX or REM in CSS? Just use REM (blog post - austingil.com)
- What does a blind person think about virtual reality? (blog post - equalentry.com)
- Seven website performance metrics to track for better UX (blog post - calibreapp.com)
- Accessible front-end patterns for responsive tables (part 2) (blog post - smashingmagazine.com)
- W3C publishes WCAG testers consistency list (blog post - deque.com)
- Do no harm guide: Centering accessibility in data visualization (report - urban.org)
- Accessibility starts with an organisation’s culture (blog post - dwpdigital.blog.gov.uk)
- 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis is incredibly problematic (blog post - aaron-gustafson.com)
- Designing in a colour blind world (blog post - accessibility.blog.gov.uk)
New to A11y
Another six lessons of the Web.dev HTML course dropped recently. I’ve featured this resource before, and it’s one to dig into if you’re wanting to up your HTML skills. Why? It’s foundational to good accessibility.
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