Raindrop.io Bookmarks 12/06/2022
- The 411 on 4.1.1 -- Adrian Roselli
"One thing I want folks to keep in mind is that WCAG is the bare minimum of accessibility and, as such, is far narrower than most practitioners (let alone users) would like. Patrick Lauke has a great talk that wades into some of the limitations of WCAG Success Criteria that I encourage folks to watch, particularly if the removal of 4.1.1 fills you with anger:"
- How we're making Firefox accessible and delightful for everyone
"Using a screen reader is like looking at the screen through a straw. You're constantly moving the straw around to see different bits of the screen, one little thing at a time."
- ACT Rules Implementation in Test Tools and Methodologies | | WAI | W3C
"The tables on these pages show how many ACT Rules different accessibility test tools and methodologies have "consistently implemented". Each implementation links to a report with more details on how rules are implemented. See understanding ACT consistency for details."
- Reading the meter - HTMHell
"there are still inconsistencies and unknowns. And styling can still render the <meter> inaccessible for VoiceOver + Safari on MacOS and iOS."
- Designing Design Systems
"There is a theory about what design systems are and what attributes they should have to be useful. And there is a practical part where I explain each step of building a system in detail."
- Brief Note on Description List Support -- Adrian Roselli
"TL;DR: Description list support is generally good (with Safari being the outlier), even if you may not like how it is supported."