Gender-Inclusive Language: How to Support Non-Binary People | LinkedIn
As I've said before (and will continue to say), language plays a powerful role in shaping our perceptions and understanding of the world around us. Whether your gender is cisgender binary, trans binary, or non-binary, the language used to refer to you matters, and it helps to affirm who you are as a
Getting instant return from your accessibility testing - Karl Groves
This is a repost of an old article on the Tenon blog. Since that's being sunsetted, I'm reposting it below. The Accessibility Business Case is something I’m very interested in thinking and talking about. Historically, many in the web accessibility field have produced various facts and figures providing a business justification for accessibility. On my
To celebrate and contribute to Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we at the UX Collective have partnered with our most prolific accessibility writer, Sheri Byrne-Haber, CPACC, to bring a more candid take on the topic.
GLAAD Media Reference Guide – 11th Edition - GLAAD
GLAAD Media Reference Guide - 11th Edition GLAAD's Media Reference Guide, now in its 11th edition, offers education and guidance on telling LGBTQ people's stories in ways that bring out the best in journalism. This Guide is intended to be used by journalists reporting for mainstream media outlets and media creators who want to tell
The legal framework gives us permission to dream what is possible. Lizzie Kiama (Kenya) at Microsoft Ability Summit 2021
Welcome to LFLegal's Digital Accessibility Global Law and Policy page. The content of this page illustrates two things I often say:
Accessibility is global
The global acc
In this paper, we present the first experiment that uses eye-tracking to measure the effect of font type on reading speed. Using a within-subject design, 48 subjects with dyslexia read 12 texts with 12 dif- ferent fonts. Sans serif, monospaced and roman font styles significantly improved the reading performance over serif, proportional and italic fonts. On the basis of our results, we present a set of more accessible fonts for people with dyslexia.
Good, Better, Best: Untangling The Complex World Of Accessible Patterns — Smashing Magazine
How do we know which patterns are good, better, best when it comes to accessibility? Is it better to use an established pattern/library or create new ones? With the myriad of choices available, we can quickly become caught up in a web of confusion on this topic.