There's a concept, originally from WHATWG
I think, that might be worth translating for accessibility in a guidelines context: Priority of Constituencies.
There was a W3C session called “Accessibility at the Edge“, essentially trying to tackle the technical aspects of accessibility overlays. I’ll add links to the session and video if & when that is published.
I just wanted to capture my main point:
From a first principles point of
An article from Evan Minto did the rounds on Medium a while ago: "Pixels vs. Ems: Users DO Change Font Size", and I posted a couple of comments which I'd rather didn't disappear so I'll summarise them here.
I was listening to Shop Talk show 287, where Chris and Dave were wondering about the old mantras about text-sizing / media queries not being in pixels, I think I can help with this.
I’m one of the many people working on WCAG 2.1, and specifically with people …
There's an ongoing kerfuffle about DRM (Digital Rights Management) being implemented in browsers and whether the W3C should publish a standard ('recommendation') that provides access to DRM content.
An overview of the potential Graphics Contrast criteria for WCAG 2.1, and a request for examples.
There are some interesting discussions on customisation going on with the work on WCAG 2.1
, the much anticipated (I hope) update to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. This is a little inside-baseball, but I've tried to make it understandable for a wider accessibility-audience.
Shadi Abou-Zahra and Eric Velleman spoke about the "Website accessibility conformance evaluation methodology
" (WCAG-EM), i.e. how you test an entire website for accessibility.
Jeanne Spellman presents about ATAG version 2, which is at a critical stage in the W3C process. If you are interested in web-authoring tools, please read this.
A post came up in my feed called the BOMB in the GARDEN
by Matthew Butterick. I found it... frustrating. I don't think the solutions would help with the issues he raises.