Featured: Inclusive Design 24 returns September 21, 2023
“Inclusive Design 24 (#id24) is a free 24-hour online event for the global community. It celebrates inclusive design and shares knowledge and ideas from analogue to digital, from design to development, from planners to practitioners, and everything and everyone in between.”
Read more of Inclusive Design 24 returns September 21, 2023.
Sponsored: WordPress Accessibility Day 2023
See the great talks planned for this year for WordPress Accessibility Day 2023. WordPress Accessibility Day is a 24-hour global event dedicated to promoting and learning website accessibility best practices for WordPress websites.
The conference is pre-approved for continuing education credits for the International Association of Accessibility Professionals Web Accessibility Specialist (WAS) and Certified Professional in Core Competencies (CPACC) certifications.
Read more about WordPress Accessibility Day 2023.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Federal agencies should not follow DOJ’s lead right now (blog post - convergeaccessibility.com)
- Web Components accessibility FAQ (blog post - matuzo.at)
- Elegantly Accessible weekly newsletter (newsletter - elegantlyaccessible.substack.com)
- Design under pressure (resource – simplysecure.org)
- New ideas and unique solutions from Figma on accessibility (blog post – equalentry.com
- Stop lazy loading product hero images (blog post – cloudfour.com)
- We are Colorblind (resource – wearecolorblind.com
- State of web accessibility, ARIA in HTML, and missing UI patterns (podcast – f-word.dev)
- Multi-page web apps (blog post – adactio.com
- California AB 1757 is (currently) unfit for duty (blog post – karlgroves.com)
- We’re still not innovating with AI-generated UI (blog post – heather-buchel.com
- Whataboutism (blog post – dev.to/colabottles)
- Ableist interactions (blog post – hidde.blog
New to A11y
Larene Le Gassick and the team at Intopia created a list of top five accessibility issues in 2022. This is an older post, but I love to read roundups like this because they’re great ways to learn about common issues and how to tackle them and communicate about it.
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