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Planning for Accessibility, by @laurakalbaghttps://alistapart.com/article/planning-for-accessibility
“Accessibility isn’t a line item in an estimate or a budget—it’s an underlying practice that affects every aspect of a project.” This article is an excerpt from @laurakalbag’s new book, Accessibility for Everyone.
A11Y Style Guide, by @cariefisherhttp://a11y-style-guide.com/style-guide/
The A11Y style guide comes with pre-populated accessible components that include helpful links to related tools, articles, and WCAG guidelines to make your site more inclusive.
Smooth Scrolling and Accessibility, by @_hmighttps://css-tricks.com/smooth-scrolling-accessibility/
Regardless of how you implement smooth scrolling, there are a few accessibility issues that should be addressed: focus management and animation.
Accessible Tooltips & Toggletips | Inclusive Components by @heydonworkshttps://inclusive-components.design/tooltips-toggletips/
In this article, Heydon Pickering looks at situations which might call for a tooltip or else a toggletip, and formulates inclusive implementations for each.
The web accessibility basics, by @MarcoZehehttps://www.marcozehe.de/2015/12/14/the-web-accessibility-basics/
Marco Zehe's list of absolute web accessibility basics every web developer should know.
Impressively comprehensive article by @_hmig about creating accessible SVGs in order to ensure a great user experience for everyone.
Empowering designers with beautiful and accessible color palettes based onWCAG Guidelines of text and background contrast ratios.