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Note: This page is to provide examples from different Design Systems for testing. The accessibility of the resources linked below may change over time. The controls may be amazing or not. This is not advocating for the quality of the accessible experience. Most Design Systems do not include Carousels, because Carousels are notoriously bad for […]
Note: This page is to provide examples from different Design Systems for testing. The accessibility of the resources linked below may change over time. The controls may be amazing or not. This is not advocating for the quality of the accessible experience. An alert is an “assertive live region” that is not required to receive […]
It’s not something that makes top headlines, but the official White House website and some others have undergone a significant change to make them more accessible. This is an exciting and necessary change that reverses Trumps efforts to minimize and downplay the necessity of accessible experiences. The Biden Administration has brought accessibility into focus. This […]
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) has released a working draft for version 2.2 of the guidelines. It adds 9 new requirements. As of the writing of this article, you can and should review and comment on the new requirements. The following Success Criteria are new in WCAG 2.2: Accessible Authentication Dragging Findable Help Fixed Reference […]
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) has released a working draft for version 3.0 of the guidelines. It is vastly different from the 2.1 version of the guidelines. This appears to be a redesign and redefinition of the guidelines from the ground up. You can access the version 3 guidelines on the w3.org website.
What you need to know about Black People, Disability, and Accessibility. Angela Hooker is my manager at Microsoft. She is a wonderful black woman with a disability who contributes to the accessible culture and leadership at Microsoft. She has a unique and necessary voice during these times. I hope you will enjoy the video as […]
This is just a quick primer on how Windows High Contrast Mode (HCM) works. It is not exhaustive, but should give you a base understanding. Basically, text, border and background colors are replaced. They are not removed, which is a pretty common misconception. Colors At a very simple level, High Contrast Mode replaces all of […]
The General Services Administration (GSA) has a great resource that outlines the responsibility for accessibility based on the roles that they have on their respective team. I would encourage you to check out the “Accessibility for Teams” website for more information.
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