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The HTML standard is broadly accessible by default and a lot of front end code makes it less accessible in the name of aesthetics or branding or advertising. Here’s a sweary rant site on the subject.
(Via @beirutspring on Twitter)Noted by Damian Cugley .
Web tool that tells you how well colour combinations work, with simulations of various forms of partial vision. (It has the usual limitation that is your site uses translucent backgrounds or ink you need to screen shot it and find the effective colours via your favourite graphics editor’s eye dropper.)
(Via @aneventapart on Twitter)
People browsing Twitter with a screen reader get emojis and ASCII art read out to them verbatim which means the latter is a frustrating experience at best and entirely fails at communication. Jacques Favreau was sufficiently annoyed to make a Twitter bot that reads out tweets to show you what you’re saying to blind readers.