SuperGeekery: A blog probably of interest only to nerds by John F Morton.

A blog prob­a­bly of inter­est only to nerds by John F Mor­ton.

Link List

Wel­come to my link library. These are not links to con­tent I have cre­at­ed unless you see that men­tioned in the link’s descrip­tion. These are links I found inter­est­ing enough to want to keep track of. If you read Craft Link List, the Craft CMS newslet­ter I used to write, this page is a replace­ment of sorts for that exer­cise. Enough talk. Let’s hit the links.

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A tool that brings atten­tion and under­stand­ing to how col­or con­trast can affect peo­ple with dif­fer­ent visu­al impair­ments.



Beau­ti­ful­ly designed com­po­nents that you can copy and paste into your apps. Acces­si­ble. Cus­tomiz­able. Open Source.


16 Lesser Known Accessibility Issues

In this post Matt dis­cuss­es 16 acces­si­bil­i­ty issues and solu­tions we’ve encoun­tered while build­ing a bi-lin­gual web­site appli­ca­tion for a pub­lic sec­tor…


The trouble with blind dates: screen readers and date formatting - AccessibilityOz

It is dif­fi­cult for a user to under­stand a date when they are not aware of the con­ven­tion. The most obvi­ous exam­ple is, for instance, 05/04/2021 —the US cit­i­zen will read it as the 4th of May, but for cit­i­zens of oth­er coun­tries, it means the 5th of April (when I was a child in my coun­try, the same date would be writ­ten as 5IV2021).


W3C launch their new website

W3C launch their redesigned web­site today — 20th June 2023. It’s a proud moment for Stu­dio 24 as we cel­e­brate our part­ner­ship.


Digital Accessibility Centre

Dig­i­tal Acces­si­bil­i­ty Cen­tre (DAC) is a non-prof­it social enter­prise and one of the lead­ing providers of web acces­si­bil­i­ty ser­vices.


Inclusive design

Meet your hosts for the next 24 hours. We’ll be hav­ing a gen­er­al chat about acces­si­bil­i­ty, inclu­sive design, and talk­ing about the ses­sions we are most loo­ki…


A Responsive Accessible Table

Adri­an Rosel­li shares an exam­ple of a respon­sive, acces­si­ble table along with a dis­cus­sion of the code and the deci­sions behind the code.



This spec­i­fi­ca­tion defines the author­ing rules for using Acces­si­ble Rich Inter­net Appli­ca­tions (WAI-ARIA) 1.2 and Dig­i­tal Pub­lish­ing WAI-ARIA Mod­ule 1.0 attrib­ut­es on HTML ele­ments.


How to Meet WCAG (Quickref Reference)

A quick cus­tomiz­able ref­er­ence to Web Con­tent Acces­si­bil­i­ty Guide­lines (WCAG) 2 require­ments (suc­cess cri­te­ria) and tech­niques.


Browsing with assistive technology videos

Under­stand­ing how peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties browse the web using assis­tive tech­nolo­gies (AT) is core to mak­ing acces­si­ble a good user expe­ri­ence. This brows­ing with assis­tive tech­nol­o­gy video series intro­duces com­mon­ly used soft­ware, how it works, and ways peo­ple nav­i­gate con­tent.