Featured: Designing and coding for voice
“An overview of simple interactions for voice command or speech recognition software users, and the accessibility barriers that can emerge.”
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Five pieces of advice for more accessible websites (webinar - abilitynet-org-uk.zoom.us)
- APG support tables – why they matter (blog post - deque.com)
- Can using an overlay win a lawsuit? (blog post - convergeaccessibility.com)
- Read-only web apps (blog post – adactio.com)
- Using performance testing to build resilient, accessible systems for all (blog post – adhoc.team)
- Meeting WCAG Level AAA (blog post – tetralogical.com)
- details/summary inconsistencies (blog post - matuzo.at)
- Solving the CSS layout and source order disconnect (blog post – developer.chrome.com)
- Ubisoft proves the most important trend in video games didn’t happen overnight (article - inverse.com)
- VoiceOver’s Trackpad Commander on Mac (blog post – tempertemper.net)
- The revenge of the pop-up (article - theverge.com)
New to A11y
Manuel Matuzović wrote a series of short posts about likely mistakes in accessibility and why they cause trouble. Give these a read and you could avoid some common pitfalls.
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