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Maybe Don’t Use Flow Charts on GitHub

In February the GitHub blog announced users would be able to Include diagrams in your Markdown files with Mermaid. I thought this was nifty, and even noticed on an initial scan that they considered screen reader users. Until I read this (since deleted): …clients requesting content with embedded Mermaid in…

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Tags: accessibility, html, SVG

You’re Unselectable

This block of code came across my Twitter timeline today framed as a CSS tip to prevent text selection on a web page: html { user-select: none; } For funsies, I dropped that CSS on this very page you are reading (assuming you are reading it in the browser). It…

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Tags: css, JavaScript, rant, usability

ADA Web Site Compliance Still Not a Thing

Photo courtesy Steve Faulkner, taken outside the CSUNATC 2022 venue after we had chicken and rice, free from the food desert of the venue. Who has two thumbs and is not a lawyer? For years I have worked with clients who refer to digital/web accessibility as ADA work. They have…

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Tags: accessibility, law, overlay, standards

#FACILiti Will Get You Sued

Disclaimer: This post and the headline is my opinion. I provide verifiable facts throughout to inform that opinion. I am also not a lawyer and this post does not constitute legal advice. FACIL’iti is one of many vendors that claims its accessibility overlay product can make your site “accessible”. Like…

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Tags: accessibility, overlay, rant, standards, UX

Overlays Underwhelm: a11y NYC

Following is the live stream of the talk from YouTube. Owing to Fat Tuesday, I stepped away from a feast of gumbo, jambalaya, red beans & rice, and etouffee to give this talk (and went back for king cake immediately after). Which explains the beads. Which, it turns out, were…

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Tags: accessibility, overlay, slides, speaking