"I really hope 2018 is the year designers commit to designing with accessibility in mind. We need to stop using ultra light grays for essential elements, we need to stop animating every single pixel just because it looks nice, and we need to stop making it harder on people to understand the content of a page only because we want to prove ourselves as designers."
"I want an internet where content businesses grow according to their quality, not their ability to pay to ride in the fast lane. I want an internet where ideas spread because they're inspiring, not because they chime with the views of telecoms executives. I want an internet where consumers decide what succeeds online, and where ISPs focus on providing the best connectivity."
"Other objectives of the project include developing open source implementations of the test rules, and demonstrators that show their applicability in large-scale web accessibility monitoring efforts. The project also includes extensions to the WCAG-EM Report Tool and the development of educational resources."
"you might consider an automated accessibility testing tool another form of a checklist. They have rules built into them, and they test your site against that list of rules. I'm pretty new to the idea of these things, so no expert here, but there appears to be quite a few options! Let's take a look at some of them."
"In this new working draft, four of the new Success Criteria (SC) are from the needs of low vision. Six of the new success criteria are coming from the cognitive needs, and the remaining 10 are for mobile needs."
"Design systems are standalone (internal or external) products, and have proven to be very effective means of design-driven development. However, in order for a design system to succeed, everyone needs to get on board."
"there are a few problems I have with the syntax that can cause issues in production as well as cause confusion for developers. I prefer to use a slightly tweaked version of the syntax instead. I call it ABEM (Atomic Block Element Modifier)"