Useful tool, but it’s more applying the WCAG Color contrast ratios. ADA also covers physical media like signs and I don’t think the same formula applies there. So likely a misnomer, but an interesting approach.
A tool that shows you how ADA compliant your colours are in relation to each other. No excuse not to test this anymore. Many tools available and this is another good and easy to use one.
This year's program has fantastic speakers, including Jamie Knight, Ian Pouncey, Kathy Wahlbin, Eric Eggert, Jack Nicolai, Ian Hamilton, Zoë Bijl, Neil Milliken, Peter Sunna and many more. Register for conference in Stockholm 9-10 April #a11y #ux https://www.funka.com/en/we-offer/funka-accessibility-days/program-2019/
Amazing sunset in the Anza Borrego Dessert today.
Amazing sunset in the Anza Borrego Dessert today. @ Borrego Springs, California https://www.instagram.com/p/BvLexqDHk7f/?utm_source=ig_twitter_share&igshid=1mv40te0ssvep
The year is 2020: screenreader users have to request "what does this image show?" on every. single. fucking. image, because lazy devs have gleefully abandoned alt text. https://twitter.com/googleaccess/status/1106247539894829056
UK amazingly well prepared for the former!!
If EU27 now refuse any Article 50 extension, the UK has a simple hard choice: revocation or a Hard Brexit.
And the UK is not prepared for the latter.
That a rule made in Britain in 1604 is being applied by the Speaker of our sovereign Parliament in 2019 rather undermines the argument that we need to 'take back control'. https://twitter.com/davidallengreen/status/1107668942653399040
Also, request the alt text and be tracked and marked as a screen reader user in Google’s database. https://twitter.com/sonniesedge/status/1107065189218897920
My wife works in a womens shelter. Disabling IoT is a checklist item they give women fleeing abusive relationships- because they are increasingly used to harrase and abuse at a distance (surveillance, messing with lights, temperature etc.). @email@example.com https://twitter.com/evacide/status/1094809216521359360
“The Internet never forgets”
Myspace accidentally lost all the music uploaded from its first 12 years in a server migration, losing over 50 million songs from 14 million artists. https://twitter.com/textfiles/status/1107306991066759168
Robert Pollin, an economist at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, thinks it’s entirely possible to get to net zero by 2050 by spending around 2% of GDP each year. Meanwhile, climate inaction will cost 10% of GDP. #GreenNewDeal #ClimateAction #netzero #economics https://twitter.com/jjmcdona/status/1106570241453244416
Australia’s Prime Minister @ScottMorrisonMP@twitter.com has condemned Fraser Anning’s statement, describing it as disgusting. “Those views have no place in Australia, let alone the Australian Parliament.” https://twitter.com/scottmorrisonmp/status/1106468588183916544?s=21