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Accessibility Weekly

June 1, 2020 • Issue #187

Featured: Equivalent experiences: What are they?

To create an equivalent experience, you must understand all the different ways people interact with technology, as well as common barriers they experience.

Read Equivalent experiences: What are they?.

Sponsored: What’s the difference between PDF and accessible PDF?

An accessible PDF is a PDF document that can be read and accessed by people with disabilities, primarily for the vision-impaired that may use assistive technology to read the file through text-to-speech or a Braille printout. Can your PDFs do that?

Read more of What’s the difference between PDF and accessible PDF?

News, resources, tools and tutorials

New to A11y

Lindsey Kopacz wrote a guide to accessible interactive components using React libraries. In it, you'll find two important messages: "First, Front End JavaScript Frameworks render HTML. Second, JavaScript frameworks don’t produce inaccessible HTML. Web developers produce inaccessible HTML." So true, and this guide helps you avoid that second important message.

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David A. Kennedy
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