Featured: My accessibility journey: What I’ve learned so far
What does making accessible sites mean? As Manuel Matuzović learned, it means doing a great job as a developer (or as a designer, project manager, or writer).
Read My accessibility journey: What I’ve learned so far.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Multiple choice with radio buttons: A comparison of online survey tools (blog post)
- What’s new in DevTools (Chrome 65) (resource)
- Accessibility and the web of things (WoT) – part 2 (blog post)
- Product design: Why accessibility needs to be prioritized in product design (video talk)
- CAPTCHA accessibility (resource)
- The best UX is no user interface at all (blog post)
- Creating accessible menus and mega menus (blog post)
- Simplifying the new WCAG 2.1 guidelines (blog post)
- Toast! Is it accessible? (blog post)
New to A11y
Fiona Holder has put together a nice infographic about making images accessible that might come in handy if you’re new to accessibility. It’s one of the tasks you do repeatedly on the web that’s hard to get just right.
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