Featured: Putting accessibility first
Many people starting out in the web design and development field don’t realize that accessibility comes baked into the web. Jay Hoffmann has a new project called The History of the Web, and a recent article explains just how that happened.
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News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Accessibility and the self-organizing team (blog post)
- Under-engineered custom radio buttons and checkboxen (blog post)
- Accessibility of semantics: How writing semantic HTML can help accessibility (blog post)
- Inclusive Design 24 (event)
- The links vs buttons showdown (video)
- Tips for making accessibility a core design principle (blog post)
- Target size: screenshots with target boundaries (blog post)
- The power and limits of automated accessibility testing (blog post)
New to A11y
Caitlin Geier at Deque wrote the second part in a series about designing before you code. It’s an excellent read on the tricky parts of designing an accessible experience.
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