This post is based on my research on proper markup and accessibility for date pickers, related to work on the WordPress Gutenberg project and has been adapted to a more broad audience. A lot of the literature I could find online, as well as the free programming libraries and examples use outdated version of the … Continue reading Strategies for accessible date pickers
This is my report as I am finishing my one-month trial period here at Automattic. As my project for this month, I was handed a ticket to fix accessibility issues with the date picker used in Gutenberg. This is an issue that creeps over to other projects, namely Calypso. Fixing accessibility issues that have already … Continue reading We need to talk about the accessibility of date pickers
For an Anglophone person (a person who primarily uses English), gendering does not sound like a hard issue to deal with. Pronoun use may be a concern, but those can be bypassed easily. However, many other languages are overly gendered compared to English, so pronouns are a much lesser concern. As an example, nouns and … Continue reading How do you gender your users and customers?