Featured: Top tips from a web accessibility evaluator at WebAIM
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- My perspective on Apple Live Speech as a Deaf person (blog post - deque.com)
- form and search landmarks (blog post - matuzo.at)
- Four ways to improve mobile accessibility (blog post - karlgroves.com)
- Under-engineered comboboxen? (blog post – adrianroselli.com)
- Become an accessibility champion by using simple mockup annotations (blog post – adhoc.team
- Three key principles for an accessible website (blog post – beta.elsevier.com)
- Four design principles I use every day to avoid bad UX and create products that work for everyone (blog post – adamsilver.io
New to A11y
Billy Gregory examines design trends and accepted best practices that fail to incorporate the needs to all users in the classic talk, #SUX: Some users’ experience. Stick around for the questions Billy answers afterward too, as they’re just as helpful.
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