Featured: Start with empathy
Caryn Pagel implores you to start your work with empathy. She says:
“The world of digital accessibility is laden with the language of compliance, inclusive design, clean code, and screen readers. So much so that sometimes we forget what really lies beneath our work in accessibility.”
Read more of Start with empathy.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Let’s talk about speech CSS (blog post)
- Challenges, opportunities and the potential for low-vision access (blog post)
- Color accessibility with Geri Coady (podcast)
- How people with disabilities use an iPhone (video)
- Keyboard accessibility in Slack (help article)
- How to make your site accessible for screen magnifiers (blog post)
- DOJ places website rulemaking on the “inactive” list (blog post)
New to A11y
Tim Severien knows accessibility becomes an afterthought to most web workers. So he explains why you should bother learning it. This post covers many of the basics, including my favorite, that accessibility often benefits everyone.
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