"Great design systems go beyond design and engineering staff, though; they are critical in producing an end result that the entire organization can depend on, from quality assurance and management to communications and commerce."
"As well as appointing an in-house accessibility advocate, we have heard of a number of organizations who have appointed Alt Text Champions within their publishing teams. Both Taylor and Francis and Bloomsbury in the UK have found that this focuses colleagues on the importance of producing meaningful image descriptions and gives them a point of contact in-house."
"The more different the views are from one interaction to another, the more likely users perceive these views as "separate things". Users rely on a "Back" button to go back, but often we mismatch their expectations, bringing frustration and abandonment."
"Every browser makes a network request for each alternative stylesheet. The request is non-blocking and seems to be low priority, which is good, but I'm somewhat perplexed by the network request being made at all."
"W3C launched The Web Accessibility Initiative, (WAI), in 1997, with support from the White House. The Web Accessibility Initiative's main goal is to make the internet accessible for people with disabilities."