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Accessibility is Hard

Responsive design? Check. WordPress? I’m on it. Accessibility? Ummm…

Web accessibility is hard. Information is hard to find. It’s often out-of-date. When you do find useful information, it’s usually presented in a way that’s difficult to understand or implement.

But it’s also insanely important. Accessibility is part of the web’s core DNA. Universal access.

Dave Rupert and a handful of other awesome people have created the Accessibility Project, a community-driven effort to make web accessibility easier.

This is an insanely awesome resource for web developers. It’s written in plain English. Articles are short and action-oriented. The people are awesome.

Seriously, grab the feed or bookmark the site. Do it!

🚀 I just relaunched my Vanilla JS Pocket Guides with new code examples and real projects to help tie everything you’ll learn together. Check it out.

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