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Discussion on: [On-Demand Talk] Demystifying Web Accessibility Contributor

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Glenn

Whats everyone's favorite accessibility reference websites? As someone that doesn't use any accessibility tools, I have no idea what is considered good and I think it'd be great to have a list of sites I can go check out.

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If you have a concrete topic in might, it can be useful to checkout the guidelines on WCAG (w3.org/TR/WCAG21/) - that's where you can be sure you comply with the rules.
In terms of tools, here is also an extensive list: w3.org/WAI/ER/tools/
And shout out to Stefan Judis who put together a great list of further reading and many interesting resources about accessibility: https://www.stefanjudis.com/useful-accessibility-resources/?utm_source=stefanjudis&utm_medium=email

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Jürgen Hermann
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Kayla

In the beginning slides, there was a reference to the Microsoft Inclusive Toolkit. It's my favorite! And it covers the mix of different types of a11y to consider.