September 2016 Newsletter
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After a years-long process, the updated technical requirements for Section 508 have been submitted for final review and approval.
Whitney Quesenbery argues that designing for accessibility ought to be easy. It ought to be the default for software.
Integrating accessibility into workflows and products may initially seem like a big hurdle, but if you start slowly and strategize carefully, you'll soon be well on your way to solidly incorporating accessibility into your organizational culture.
These 6 posters provide a good overview of accessibility techniques.
A two-part guide to accessibility testing so you can help make your sites as inclusive as possible.
Emerging trends and what these changes mean for those who work in education.
Quick Tip: Decorative Images
In some cases images are used to convey a mood, feeling, or non-literal content - something to make the page more friendly, personable, or visually pleasing. It is often difficult to convey meaningful alternative text for such images in a way that is useful for someone that cannot see the image. Of course if the image conveys important content or has a function, it must have alternative text. But for many of these more decorative images, it is often best to give them empty or null alternative text (alt="") rather than try to convey the mood, feeling, or visual subtleties in alternative text.