Brad Frost writes about the intersection of accessibility, performance and low-end devices in Accessibility and Low-Powered Devices.
Andrew Ray writes a post about ReactJS filled with the things he wishes someone told him before he started using it.
I switched from Sublime Text to Atom for the past week, and may not go back. Granted, I don’t have a complex setup, so making the move proved easy. Plus, I love the open source, hackable nature of the project. I hope to write more on the switch later!
Marcy Sutton has created a Tumblr blog to called A11y Wins to curate awesome examples of accessible interfaces. Check it out and submit your favorite win.
Today, I participated in an accessibility hackathon run by White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, 18F, the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, and DC Legal Hackers. The day was packed with demos, discussion and coding on all sorts of projects, ranging from solving the lack of alt attributes on Twitter […]
The W3C has started developing web accessibility tutorials to help designers and developers understand accessibility better. It’s available on Github if you want to contribute.
When I give presentations on accessibility, I often get one or two questions I’ve fielded before. I’ve collected a handful for an ongoing series of posts with my answers. I hope it helps you understand accessibility better. If I could do a few basic things in my projects right now, what should they be? Start simple. Focus […]
Jeremy Fields writes the article about skip links that I always wanted to write: A Skip Link Primer. Most web designers and developers don’t spend a lot of time on skip links, but they keep be as elegant of an interaction as anything else. I love finding ones that meld well with the site design and […]