Featured: World wide web, not wealthy western web (part 1)
Bruce Lawson says many of your next customers will come from India, China and that part of the world. He touches on accessibility not in its pure form but in a truly global sense.
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News and links
Berkeley will delete online content: From the article, “Starting March 15, the university will begin removing more than 20,000 video and audio lectures from public view as a result of a Justice Department accessibility order.”
Resources, tools and tutorials
- U.S. Web Design Standards now at 1.0 (resource)
- CSUN 2017 Assistive Technology Conference backchannel (blog post)
- March 2017 digital accessibility legal update (blog post)
- CSUN 2017 Megalist of presentation resources (blog post)
- The document outline dilemma (blog post)
- Is inline validation out? (blog post)
- UC Berkeley decision results in universal inaccessibility (blog post)
New to A11y
Smashing Magazine has an excellent post on improving user experience for color-blind users, which covers all the basics on the topic.
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