Featured: Global Accessibility Anger Day
Eric Bailey gives you a list of critical questions to ask when you read through all the Global Accessibility Awareness Day content. In fact, you should ask these questions when inspecting any company’s announcement, no matter the day of the year.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- The problem with disabled buttons and what to do instead (blog post - adamsilver.io)
- Kick-off training accessibility (course - abra.ac)
- Conducting mobile accessibility research with screen reader users (blog post - nngroup.com)
- When mootness works and fails in web accessibility cases (blog post – convergeaccessibility.com)
- Creating accessible iOS apps: An action plan (blog post – equalentry.com)
- The tech industry’s accessibility-related products and launches this week (blog post – engadget.com)
- Apple introduces new features for cognitive accessibility, along with Live Speech, Personal Voice, and Point and Speak in Magnifier (press release - apple.com)
- What’s new in Android accessibility (video/press release – io.google)
- Semantics and the popover attribute: What to use when? (blog post – hidde.blog)
- A complete guide to performance budgets) (blog post – speedcurve.com)
- What devs can do on Global Accessibility Awareness Day (blog post – dev.to/steady5063)
- Be careful using ‘Menu’ (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- The cost of comfort with chronic illness (blog post – tcf.org)
New to A11y
Chris Kindred wrote some tips on making accessibility a habit, which can be helpful if you’re working in an agency environment. Note the one about prioritizing accessibility in all projects, which often challenges many organization who want to “budget” for accessibility in a way that yields little progress.
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