[Athen] Examples of accessible features

Joshua Hori jhori at ucdavis.edu
Fri Dec 9 11:57:01 PST 2016

Here's a resource which has a working group keeping the information updated: http://oaa-accessibility.org/


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A couple of other resources are:


[provides examples, ARIA training, etc. One of the most comprehensive up-to-date sites I know of and always my first stop when addressing a question like this.] The Technical Style Guide can be especially helpful.

And Heydon's recent book, Inclusive Design Patterns:

In my experience, it's ideal to "teach people to fish," rather than pointing them to a resource that may not be being maintained/updated.
I'm not saying that there's anything wrong with what's been pointed out; I'm making a general observation.

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