Featured: Inclusion doesn’t stop at accessibility
Matt May talks about why inclusion exists as a movement because exclusion is the norm and how disability exists because the environment fails the individual.
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Good designer, bad designer (blog post)
- Solved with CSS! Dropdown menus (blog post)
- Tenon research first glimpse: The best and worst of content management systems (blog post)
- Why I won’t “try on” disability to build empathy in the design process (and you should think twice about it) (blog post)
- Display: Contents is not a CSS reset (blog post)
- What we’re leaving out of the discussion around inclusive design (blog post)
- E39 – Interview with Sharron Rush – Part 1 (podcast)
- Vital accessibility design principles (blog post)
New to A11y
Not a typical topic for those new to accessibility, but in this post, Mike Gifford makes the point that AI won’t solve our accessibility problems. As technology advances, we’ll always need to balance its benefits with a human touch, an important principle to keep in mind.
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