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Chartability - Making Data accessible through Data Visualization
Chartability is a methodology for ensuring that data visualizations, systems, and interfaces are accessible. Chartability is organized into principles with testable criteria and focused on creating an outcome that is an inclusive data experience for people with disabilities. What is Accessibility? Accessibility (also sometimes abbreviated as a11y) is the practice of ensuring that as many people as possible can use, understand, and have access to a technology, infrastructure, tool, product, or service.
A11y Rocks :: Color Palette
Color is important to any design. However, sometimes the contrast between background and foreground colors are difficult to read, especially for people with a vision impairment. This tool should help you visualize an entire palette of colors with accessibility in mind. Not just for website designs but any graphic design work.
PDF article - Research on accessibility of emoji, based on data from people, with recommendations for authors and tool developers
Captioning and Subtitles - Centre for Universal Design Australia
Captions are a written translation of the spoken word while being spoken, while subtitles translate the spoken word into another language.
Screen Readers and CSS - Are We Going Out of Style (and into Content)? - A11yTalks
Participants will learn how various CSS techniques affect content exposure and reading order in screen readers. We will offer robust solutions to overcome screen reader limitations and browser inconsistencies. We have tested over two dozen common CSS declarations in the following browser-AT pairings, and will present our results.
Accessibility Wins, curated by Marcy Sutton
Showcasing accessible user interfaces and tools. Submit your favorite website, application or UI pattern. Curated by Marcy Sutton.
Accessibility for Product Managers — Accessibility for Teams
As a Product Manager it’s your job to have the overview of what needs to be done to deliver accessible websites. This details how a product manager should manage product development and maintenance to ensure accessibility.
Accessibility for UX Designers — Accessibility for Teams
As a UX Designer you’re responsible for making sure the product is useful and usable for all users, including those with disablities.
Dos and don'ts on designing for accessibility - Accessibility in government
This is for everyone: documenting how we're rebuilding inclusive digital services across the UK Government
Why videos on GOV.UK use the YouTube video player - Accessibility in government
This is for everyone: documenting how we're rebuilding inclusive digital services across the UK Government. Choosing the best and most accessible video player for your website involves compromises and there is no perfect solution.
UK Accessibility regulations – Understanding accessibility requirements for public sector websites and apps
UK - Understanding accessibility requirements. How to make public sector websites and apps legally compliant - and identify and report inaccessible content.
Accessible Web: WCAG Accessibility Audits, UX Testing, & Certification
Provide equal access to your website for all users, regardless of disabilities. Start your free 14-day trial of Accessible Console today!
Why diversity, equity and inclusion is the future of marketing | Ad Age
Inclusive leadership positively impacts creativity and innovative work, and what is marketing if not the creative and inventive engine within an organization?
Design is not just how it looks | Adam Silver | Designer, London, UK.
Aesthetics don't trump usability. 11 little examples of design that prioritises the visual side of things over everything else at the cost of usability and accessibility.
Review of AccessiBe accessibility overlay
The Accessibe accessibility overlay, allegedly powered by AI, does not fix all your website accessibility issues, introduces new access errors and may potentially still allow you to be sued for an inaccessible website.
Accessibility for Vestibular Disorders: How My Temporary Disability Changed My Perspective – A List Apart