Issue #330

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Featured: Modern Health, frameworks, performance, and harm

“A person seeking help in a time of crisis does not care about TypeScript, tree shaking, hot module replacement, A/B tests, burndown charts, NPS, OKRs, KPIs, or other startup jargon. Developer experience does not count for shit if the person using the thing they built can’t actually get what they need.”

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Sponsored: Axe-con 2023 agenda announced!

Axe-con, the world’s largest digital accessibility conference, is back virtually on March 15-16th. The schedule is now live with 60 sessions in four tracks: development, design, organizational success with accessibility, and a fun wildcard track.

All sessions are recorded and registration is free, what are you waiting for?

News, resources, tools and tutorials

New to A11y

I’m not sure how new it is, but I hadn’t seen this great WebAIM article on creating a community that values accessibility until recently. It covers a lot of topics that get to the center of establishing not just a community, but a culture around accessibility. That kind of work is vital to making progress in creating better, more inclusive products and sites.

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