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Creating Accessible SVGs | Deque
“As SVGs continue to dominate the visual world, it is important not to leave AT users in the dark!”
SVG  Accessibility  ARIA 
5 days ago by Membranophonist
Designing Layouts for Screen Readers
Tips on designing page structure so that the pages can be handled by screen readers.
accessibility  css  aria  webdev 
10 days ago by angusm
Accessibility - The State of the Web - YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/
Overview of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG): http://bit.ly/2Vqihsf
WCAG 2.1 recommendations: http://bit.ly/2ArceuL
Free accessibility Udacity webinar by Google: http://bit.ly/2SzYzZ6
Accessibility guides on web.dev: http://bit.ly/2VqzjXe
Rob Dodson's A11ycast video series: http://bit.ly/2TrHEbt
Accessibility report on HTTP Archive: http://bit.ly/2s6Jkvq
The importance of accessibility in product design: http://bit.ly/2VjoiXA
3 tips when designing for accessibility: http://bit.ly/2R5xMan

Watch more State of the Web episodes here → http://bit.ly/2JhAzsh
w3c  standards  aria  a11y  accessibility  webdevel  bestpractices  video 
13 days ago by kme
Tables, CSS Display Properties, and ARIA | Adrian Roselli
This post has two separate but related things going on. One is an example of one of my responsive tables with ARIA added, and the other is the Twitter conversation that started this along with some generalized responses.
accessibility  aria 
19 days ago by gglnx
Using aria-live
Really great primer on the aria-live attribute, with some examples of how to use it
a11y  accessibility  aria  html  javascript 
28 days ago by fortythieves
Using aria-live
Many web pages today have their content dynamically changed using Javascript. An example of this is the search page on this blog. When the page is initially loaded, the only content in the
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4 weeks ago by kogakure
Using aria-live
Many web pages today have their content dynamically changed using Javascript. An example of this is the search page on this blog. When the page is initially loaded, the only content in the <main> section of the page is a search form. But, when you type in a query such as “css” and search, several articles related to that term begin to appear on the page.

If you are looking at the page, it is obvious when the articles appear because you can see the content change. However, if you’re using a screen reader, there is no way to tell exactly when this happens. The aria-live attribute allows us to tell assistive technology what parts of the page are likely to change. With this information, it can listen for changes to those particular elements and notify the user of any updates made.
A11y  Accessibility  ARIA  aria-live 
5 weeks ago by tamouse

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