Featured: Bad performance is bad accessibility
Bruce Lawson explores the connection between accessibility and performance.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- The performance inequality gap, 2023 (blog post - infrequently.org)
- Four ways CSS :has() can make your HTML forms even better (blog post - austingil.com)
- Access and Use (resource - accessuse.eu)
- Everyday documents (blog post – finnberrys.co.uk)
- Captioning and sign language interpretation in Zoom: Features and pitfalls (blog post – webaim.org)
- Prevent focused elements from being obscured by sticky headers (blog post - tpgi.com)
- State of accessibility, December 2022 (blog post - carneydevelopit.wordpress.com)
- Top 10 accessibility news of 2022 (blog post - equalentry.com)
- Images, illustrations, and contrast (blog post - tempertemper.net)
- Cache the world: Turbo charging Firefox accessibility performance and maintainability (blog post - jantrid.net)
New to A11y
Joe Lamyman explores how to create usable, consistent, and well-spaced target sizes. Designers often overlook target sizes in their daily work because it’s not a common accessibility topic. Good thing this post helps fix that. I like how Joe gives tips plus information on how to check target size.
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