Raindrop.io Bookmarks 12/14/2022
- Accessibility and MVPs | David A. Kennedy
"Building minimal viable products (MVPs) means sacrifices. But sacrifice features, not critical functionality, like accessibility."
- WebKit Features in Safari 16.2 | WebKit
"We are pleased today to announce the release of Safari 16.2. It focuses on improving interoperability with other browsers as part of WebKit's contribution to Interop in 2022."
- Video Interview Series #11: Accessibility and Inclusive Design Systems, with Brad Frost - Skip To Content
"By its very nature it speaks to accessibility and the creation of more inclusive design systems and we explore that further here, discussing the challenge of eliminating the sheer waste you see in web design - time, effort, talent - as well as the broader pursuit of better web design that suits the needs of all users and how we must bake accessibility and empathy into the foundational tools we use in our work."
- What's New in WCAG 2.2? - Knowbility
"While WCAG 2.2 is not yet an official Recommendation, the latest published version and W3C WAI's What's New in WCAG 2.2 Draft give us an idea of what to expect."
- WCAG 3.0: are we there yet? - TPGi
"Remembering that WCAG 2.2 was originally slated for 2021 and by October 2022 had been pushed back to "early 2023", WCAG 3.0 is unlikely to move out of draft status before 2025 at the very earliest, and quite probably a few years later than that."
- Making microservices accessible - craigabbott.co.uk
"Don't just commit blindly to a strategic solution that's going to lock your organisation into accessibility hell for the next 20 years. Because, as annoying as WCAG might be for you when you're building it, it's always users who truly suffer."
- Axe for Designers (FREE) | Figma Community
"We are trying to build an automation tool that helps designers to craft accessible designs and thus accessible products reducing the cost of accessibility implementations by moving our shift left approach to the design phase. This is an in-progress experiment but we welcome you to join us to explore and contribute to this success. Let us together make the world more accessible."