Issue #337

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Featured: Visually hidden content is a hack that needs to be resolved, not enshrined

“But, as I’ve hopefully illustrated by now, while there is a common ruleset for visually hiding content, codifying that to me seems more of a silent acknowledgement that a hack is the best we can do. I don’t agree. The web should be better than that.”

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Less to do with accessibility, and more to do with diversity and sexism, The “tender technicians” of Nielsen Norman Group videos by Jaci Wilkinson is worth your time. It sheds light on the message people receive when they don’t see people that look like them in places that matter. And how we should question and evaluate the sources we turn to regularly.

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