Videos

TWC9: Babylon.js 3.0, Paint 3D Holographic Models, Peek Inside the AI Labs and more…

7 days ago
This week on Channel 9, Nikola and returning guest host Killian McCoy discuss the week’s top developer news, including; [00:54] Announcing Babylon.js 3.0 [David Catuhe] [02:05] Using Paint 3D to design 3D models for your Holographic applications [Abhijit Jana] [03:18] Microsoft Azure Stack is ready to order now [Mike Neil] [04:24] Largest FREE Microsoft eBook […]

How to label Shadow DOM

2 weeks ago
Shadow DOM is a newer web platform feature that lets you scope your CSS and markup. This is great for preventing style leakage, but it can also make things tricky when it comes to accessibility. In particular, labeling content inside of a shadow root. Today on A11ycasts I’ll show a couple techniques I use to […]

Accessible Modal Dialogs — A11ycasts #19

1 month ago
ARIA Authoring Practices: Dialog – goo.gl/ibNKWw eBay MIND Patterns: Dialog – goo.gl/FI5NHa Inert Polyfill – goo.gl/nXMS1V The accessible modal dialog. It seems like such an easy thing to build, but in reality, it’s a total pain! Today on A11ycasts I’ll show you how to properly manage focus when adding a dialog to the page, and […]

Why headings and landmarks are so important — A11ycasts #18

2 months ago
Accessibility Fundamentals: Semantics and Navigating Content goo.gl/KgU3v3 One of the key goals in building an accessible experience is to make sure users of assistive technology can browse the page efficiently. Proper usage of h1-h6 headings can really improve the browsing experience for someone on a screen reader, because they help the user quickly create a […]

Google I/O 2017 Highlights

2 months ago
Google I/O 2017, our annual developer conference, gathered 7,200+ developers from around the world at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA. Attendees enjoyed a 3 day festival with technical Sessions, Office Hours, Codelabs, Sandbox Demos, App Reviews, an After Hours Block Party, and a Concert by LCD Soundsystem — making the best use of the […]

Google I/O’17: Channel 6

2 months ago
Technical sessions and deep dives into Google’s latest developer products and platforms.

I/O ’17 Guide – Codelabs

2 months ago
Follow our I/O Guide, Timothy Jordan, touring the venue and getting the inside scoop on #io17. In this segment, he explores the Codelabs space, learning about the 50+ ready-to-code kiosks that allow developers to try out the latest and greatest Google technologies across Accessibility, Ads, Android, Android Devices, Assistant, Firebase, IoT, Location & Maps, Machine […]

Google I/O’17: Channel 6

2 months ago
Technical sessions and deep dives into Google’s latest developer products and platforms. Watch more Chrome and Web talks at I/O ’17 here: goo.gl/Q1bFGY See all the talks from Google I/O ’17 here: goo.gl/D0D4VE Subscribe to the Chrome channel: goo.gl/LLLNvf #io17 #GoogleIO #GoogleIO2017

Episode 30: Game Accessibility Conference with Ian Hamilton

2 months ago
Happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Join us as we chat with Ian Hamilton  about the importance of accessibility and the success of the inaugural Game Accessibility Conference. Ian is a UX design and accessibility consultant. We’ll chat about the success of the conference as well as quick ways for you to get started on making […]

Google I/O’17: Channel 6

2 months ago
Technical sessions and deep dives into Google’s latest developer products and platforms.

How to check for accessible colors — A11ycasts #17

3 months ago
OATMEAL Color Contrast: goo.gl/khWzhs aXe Chrome Extension: goo.gl/TMZoBP Automated testing with aXe: goo.gl/Nj31Jj WCAG 1.4.3: goo.gl/ZkHlnV WCAG 1.4.6: goo.gl/TemJvC Lea Verous Contrast Ratio: goo.gl/0fqfVo WCAG Color Contrast Analyzer: goo.gl/YVcYIS The main goal of building any website is to convey some information to the user. While it may be stylish to use subtle, low contrast colors […]

Focus Ring! — A11ycasts #16

4 months ago
Focus-ring on GitHub: goo.gl/GZCfmQ Have you ever noticed the little blue or dashed ring that appears around elements when you activate them with your keyboard or mouse? This is known as a focus indicator, and it’s extremely important for users who rely primarily on their keyboard to navigate the screen. For a keyboard user, the […]