All modules have now been published.
You can read them in whatever order you'd like. The final modules on testing walk you through a culmination of all of your knowledge:
And that's not all. We had four community spotlights with people working on accessibility:
- Melanie Sumner told us about her journey into engineering, accessible design, Ember.js, and the importance of funding these efforts.
- Olutimilehin Olushuyi told us about his move from the law to web development, building accessible communities, and creating accessible layouts.
- Albert Kim told us about mental health awareness, building for invisible disabilities, the COGA Accessibility Community Group, and more practical wisdom.
- Elisa Bandy told us about her work for Google's internal documentation, how to prioritize use cases, and building expertise.
We hope you'll discover some new best practices. These modules are meant to build your expertise, but some accessibility best practices differ, based on the disability you're addressing.
We remain open to your feedback. Open a GitHub issue and give as much information as you can so we can address your questions or concerns.