W3C TAG Ethical Web Principles: https://www.w3.org/2001/tag/doc/ethical-web-principles/
By @email@example.com and @firstname.lastname@example.org
YouTube just like Twitter, will keep bigotry and harassment for views, ie greed. https://twitter.com/TeamYouTube/status/1136055351885815808
After living in Germany (3 years) and France (4 years), this is what makes me saddest about the Americans who argue against universal healthcare. Most people have no idea what it’s like in other places; what it could be like here; what it should be like here. https://twitter.com/maryrobinette/status/1135684848465657857
DO NOT hire #accessibility consultants or sensitivity readers if you're just looking for a stamp of approval and have no intentions of changing your content. It's a waste of both of our times.
“The truth is: An accessible product is a better product for everybody.” – @email@example.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org Episode 248
New macOS Catalina feature Apple told me they’re extremely excited for—aside from Voice Control—is something called Hover Text. Basically, hover your mouse on a piece of text anywhere in the system and it enlarges it. Fonts, colors, sizes, all customizable up to 128pt.
It’s also what we do in accessibility. And usability. Make your stuff more simple, use the simplest answers. Don’t search for complicated ones.
1/ So often, we think that big problems require complex solutions. This is what I call the ‘complexity bias’. People who suffer from this bias have become so ‘educated’ that they don’t see the most obvious and effective solutions anymore.
This is Apple putting their foot down and only allow privacy-invasive sign-ins if you give users a privacy-conscious alternative, in this case Apple sign-in.
That’s good news. Devs mostly use sign-ins for convenience.
Wow. Apple sign-in support is mandatory? https://developer.apple.com/news/?id=06032019j
Don't skip this! @email@example.com provides a Design Showcase of Skip Links. Creative ways to provide better site navigation to keyboard users. #a11y https://knowbility.org/blog/2019/skip-links-gallery/
And of course there is a reason, see this thread: https://github.com/w3c/csswg-drafts/issues/1660
Still a bummer :-D
Hard to recommend the US as a good place for international conferences. Or even visits, really. What a colossal overreach and escalation of what is already one of the most hostile and unwelcoming border processes. https://twitter.com/bbcnews/status/1134897211421188101
Addressing inclusion one website at a time or one application at a time is a thankless task and ultimately a losing game.