Amazing talk by @Aisha@twitter.com showing accessibility stats in the Netherlands: without age-related and stroke-related people, 25% of Dutch folks have one degree of disability. #RoleDrinks
Kudos to @NCLairport@twitter.com for being the 1st airport opening an area for passengers w/ hidden disabilities such as autism or sensory issues. Flying can be perceived as really stressful for people, so imagine the impact on autistic people. Amazing! http://www.airport-business.com/2019/05/newcastle-airport-opens-sensory-area-passengers-hidden-disabilities/?fbclid=IwAR1o4jF0OA3XtoQdV74ZDc8hoA_IhVGzOvjXEX1rsX52Xg8ugKB-CE4Wz6Q #accessibility
Hey @email@example.com & @ZoeBijl@twitter.com, I've a question for you: I am in a middle of a chat about accessible names for images. When reading this (https://www.w3.org/TR/html-aapi/#h3_img-element) I have the feeling that an image w/ aria-label but w/o alt would be a valid way to provide a textual alternative. Any thoughts?
What a nice way to start the day: this morning I learned that I passed my #IAAPWAS certification. I am now officially a _Web Accessibility Specialist_ recognized by the @IAAPOrg@twitter.com 🎉 So it may looks like I know what I'm doing in accessibility haha 🎉
I am so glad to be part of this year edition of the @firstname.lastname@example.org and to attend what looks to be an amazing talk by @LouiseDowne@twitter.com on accessible service design with @GDSTeam@twitter.com. Also, what a pleasure to not be the only one they/them speaker in an event 👀 #ncdt2019 #GAAD19 #diversity
I'm genuinely surprised that this (good btw) content explaining lazy-loading is showing <img> markups w/o the mandatory alt attribute. Yes it's not the goal of the article but would it not be a good way to show you have to have alt? #accessibility #a11y
Queer digital product designer focusing on accessibility and fighting for a more inclusive web. Occasionally speaker. My inner-self is a raccoon. They/them.
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