A casual reminder that the @A11YProject@twitter.com is an incredible and amazing resource.
The content has a goal of being digestible: “We strive to feature short, digestible pieces of content.” 🏆
Using a JSON data source to render a responsive, accessible, Periodic Table using CSS grid over at @CodePen@twitter.com: https://codepen.io/aardrian/details/NmoQdN
Emulation Is Not a Product Strategy, If something worked for one company, that doesn’t necessarily mean it will work for yours. Yes yes and Yes! https://medium.com/s/user-friendly/emulation-is-not-a-product-strategy-cfecdbffce96?ref=heydesigner
Describing aria-describedby - https://developer.paciellogroup.com/blog/2018/09/describing-aria-describedby/
Firefox 62 supports variable fonts: https://twitter.com/mozhacks/status/1036982095850037248
Give it a spin on my demo for users with dyslexia: http://adrianroselli.com/2018/08/variable-fonts-and-dyslexia.html
Firefox 62 (out this week!) brings Variable Fonts support — and with that #VariableFonts are now supported in *all major browsers*! 🎉 #webtypography
I wrote about the HTML details and summary elements, and the way they are currently announced by screen readers.
Surprise, proper semantic & structural HTML (with lessons from AT) can better position you for future conversational UIs. https://alistapart.com/article/conversational-semantics
Nice to see accessibility issues fixed so quickly: https://twitter.com/RianRietveld/status/1033231553701335040
Opposite of Ninja Forms: https://github.com/wpninjas/ninja-forms/issues/3025
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And kudos to @WooCommerce for fixing an issue super fast <3
I'm putting on a free, online Vanilla JS Conference in October. Check it out: https://vanillajsconf.com/
The August update of JAWS 2018 is now available for download.
One of the many enhancements in this update includes improved support for Skype. https://www.freedomscientific.com/downloads/JAWS/JAWSWhatsNew#Enhancements
Afternoon of Apple TV user testing. Our users are NOT USED to click on menu to go back and they look for a back button in the UI.
Guidelines are great, but always test on your real users in your specific context to know if you should follow them or need something more specific
[4/2] In general, I recommend underlining links in body content. Don‘t let Stack Overflow tell you otherwise. http://adrianroselli.com/2016/06/on-link-underlines.html
I gathered my ideas & experiments on variable fonts for dyslexia, but hit a wall. Hoping someone can run with it. http://adrianroselli.com/2018/08/variable-fonts-and-dyslexia.html
I do accessibility stuff. I like it.
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