🥳2nd anniversary of Firefox bug: Suggest increasing visibility of default focus ring to improve usability/accessibility for keyboard users
Stuck on "study needed" because its not obvious that faint outlines are harder to see 🤔
"Bad leaders dictate. Great leaders delegate." ~ @AndyBudd at #BTConf
While having a lot of contrast is important for many aspects of accessible design, if everything has a lot of contrast, nothing has a lot of contrast.
It's hard to advocate for inclusion (especially doing it alone), but talks like @email@example.com gave today at @firstname.lastname@example.org are such an inspiration.
This is why conferences are special: you leave the venue feeling powerful enough to do what's right even if you know it won't be easy.
And if you really want to win an award with a lot of accessibility in mind, keep an eye open for @email@example.com’s OpenAIR awards next year. Free accessibility training in exchange for an (accessible) website for a non-profit. Everyone benefits!
More info: https://knowbility.org/programs/openair/
♛ It’s design awards season. For we who toil in the fields of Berners-Lee and scale the mountains of Jobs,…
"Complexity is the enemy of accessibility." ~ @Dugboticus # A11yClub
I'm stepping back from WordPress core involvement for a few months because the atmosphere around here lately stinks. I'm a fan of Gutenberg, but when valid criticism is *continually* met with defensiveness and correction instead of open-mindedness, it's not healthy for anyone.
Great news, everyone https://twitter.com/kashhill/status/1058450930272743424
Ungewöhnliche Methoden, um die E-Mobilität zu pushen, heute aus Österreich: einfach mal das Tempolimit höher setzen. https://www.golem.de/news/oesterreichische-autobahn-elektroautos-duerfen-schneller-als-verbrenner-fahren-1811-137485.html