For the past few years, I’ve been using Firefox’s pocket app. It’s handy to keep track of articles, posts, and resources I may not have time to explore in the moment, but want to revisit later. I use pocket a lot. From my both mobile and my laptop. Thankfully, tags can be employed so it’s easier to sort by topic later. One tag I bust out a lot is a11y, naturally. Here are some noteworthy accessibility-related posts I’ve saved recently.
- Historic appointment of Canada’s first Accessibility Commissioner
- XR Barriers Research: Welcome to the online home of the BBC XR Barriers Project. A project to capture and document the barriers present in eXtended Reality environments
- How to use the accessibility tree for a11y testing
- What is Accessibility Coaching and why does it matter
- Intopia Launches WCAG 2.1 Map (from 2019, but new to me)
- Beyond WCAG: Losing Spoons Online
That last one is particularly good if you are unfamiliar with Christine Miserandino’s Spoon Theory. And may be relevant to even more of us since the pandemic started.