#105 - Truths about accessibility

Hey everyone,

Here’s this weeks roundup of what’s new in design, code and typography.

Thought provoking #

“Digital accessibility work is not easy, but it is vital. It is a holistic, multifaceted discipline that touches on multiple interconnected social and technological issues.”

Eric Bailey on the Truths about digital accessibility.

Little-Known Ways to Write Fascinating Bullet Points from Brian Clark.

Design and Code #

Jen Simmons shares a modern approach to styling checkboxes and radio buttons.

2 fantastic articles on CSS Grid from Ola Assem: Getting Started with CSS Grid: Anatomy and Getting Started with CSS Grid: Three Coding Approaches.

Notion releases 5 new templates for designers.

Videoask, an awesome new user research and feedback tool from Typeform.

Typography #

Lexend is a variable font empirically shown to significantly improve reading-proficiency. The font is now available in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides and will soon be added to the Google Fonts collection.

Typography as a Radical Act in an Industry Ever-dominated by White Men. Tré Seals founded Vocal Type to tell the untold stories in typography.

Something to watch #

Steve Schoger redesigns Transistor FM. 17 mins of fast paced Ui design.

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