Featured: On browser compatibility and support baselines
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Make it accessible (resource - make-it-accessible.com)
- Creating an inclusive data ecosystem (project - wecount.inclusivedesign.ca)
- Do product professionals have a role to play as we explore AI and ethics? (blog post - dovetail.com)
- From barriers to breakthroughs: My journey in digital
accessibility (event – meetup.com/a11ynyc)
- Section 508 and new “Dear colleagues” letter (blog post – convergeaccessibility.com)
- Reading a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) or Accessibility Conformance Report (ACR) (blog post – equalentry.com)
- 11 HTML best practices for login & sign-up forms (blog post - evilmartians.com)
- Brief note on popovers with dialogs (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- The problem with nested fieldsets and how to avoid them) (blog post – adamsilver.io)
New to A11y
Slava Shestopalov has a nice post over on Smashing Magazine about designing better links for the web. Links make the web, so paying extra design attention to them makes a lot of sense. I don’t agree with everything in this piece, but follow its advice, and you’ll make some useful links, which is what matters.
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