Featured: Text descriptions for data visualisations
“They [data visualisations] can be very pretty, ‘snazzy’ and ‘eye-catching’, but without the necessary tools to explain them, I am again left walking away confused about what the message is.”
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Five pieces of advice for more accessible websites (blog post - silvestar.codes)
- Defaulting on single page applications (SPA) (blog post - zachleat.com)
- The performance golden rule revisited (blog post - timkadlec.com)
- Writing accessibility tests with Espresso (blog post – dev.to/steady5063)
- Don’t override screen reader pronunciation (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- PAC and ARIA-AT: Helping to define and evaluate screen reader support expectations (blog post – pac.bz)
- How a Maryland lawsuit could Turn the accessibility world upside down (blog post - linkedin.com)
New to A11y
Disability blogger Holly, of Life of a Blind Girl, wrote a post about supporting disabled collogues that’s full of practical advice. Holly makes the point about not assuming what people with disabilities can and can’t do. It’s easy to do in an ableist world.
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