Featured: Focusing on Focus Styles
Focus styles matter because, as Eric Bailey points out, not everyone on the Internet uses a mouse. The article goes into the when and why for these styles, foundational knowledge for any accessibility advocate.
Read Focusing on focus styles.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Designing accessible navigations (blog post)
- Empathy exercises don’t work (blog post)
- Quick reminder that Details/Summary is the easiest way ever to make an accordion (blog post)
- Creating a culture of inclusion at Barclays – inspiring hearts, educating heads and enabling hands (blog post)
- Using ethics in web design (blog post)
- Creating accessible HTML: A crash course in ARIA landmark regions (blog post)
- Data tables (blog post)
New to A11y
It can be easy to overlook the basics. Many of us want to learn the next new thing, but what about the foundation of the Web? I’m talking about HTML and Laura Kalbag shares why HTML matters. Well written source code on the Web can mean the difference between a good experience and a bad one for the people who use your websites and applications. Better learn what matters.
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