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Naming things to improve accessibility

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Some Notes About Accessibility

Earlier this month Eric Bailey wrote about the current state of accessibility on the web and why it felt like fighting an uphill battle:

As someone with a good deal of interest in the digital accessibility space, I follow WebAIM’s work closely. Their survey results are priceless insights into how disabled people actually use the web, so when the organization speaks with authority on a subject, I listen.

WebAIM’s accessibility analysis of the top 1,000,000 homepages was released

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Accessibility is not a “React Problem”

Leslie Cohn-Wein's main point:

While [lots of divs, inline styles, focus management problems] are valid concerns, it should be noted that nothing in React prevents us from building accessible web apps.

True. I'm quite capable (and sadly, guilty) of building inaccessible interfaces with React or without.

I've long told people that one way to level up your front-end design and development skills, especially in your early days, is to understand how to change classes. I can write a few … Read article

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Did you see this Facebook crap?

I popped over to Facebook to verify that and what I saw was a different and even more nested mess… Read article

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The ineffectiveness of lonely icons

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Customise radio buttons without compromising accessibility

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