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Accessibility Weekly

April 20, 2020 • Issue #181

Featured: What's in a name?

Often when we talk about accessibility problems, we end up talking about a number of different errors that all boil down to a missing accessible name: form fields without labels, images without alts, icon buttons without readable text, and many more.

Read What's in a name?.

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

Jamie O'Leary takes you on a journey about designing accessible forms. Breaking the advice down by form element or purpose makes it easy to employ in your projects today.

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David A. Kennedy
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