Digital Accessibility Newsletters Roundup
Accessibility space is moving fast & keeping on top of it is the key to be successful in this field like many others. While we have many Accessibility Blogs & Accessibility Forums to keep track off it is not easy to follow all these channels of communication every day. One way to keep on top of the accessibility space is to subscribe to a monthly or weekly newsletter & then skim through the news & happenings in the industry. Here are some of the places where you can get started
- Accessibility Newsletter by Commonlook
- PEAT Newsletter
Accessibility Newsletter from peatworks.org
- WebAIM Newsletter
- Accessibility Now News by IAAP
- Accessibility Tips and Tricks Newsletter by Even Grounds
- Accessibility Weekly by David A. Kennedy
- Ontario’s Accessibility Newsletter
- Intopia Digital Newsletter
- t12t Accessibility Newsletter
- The Inclusive Publishing Newsletter
- Microassist’s Accessibility in the News – A weekly curated digest
- Web Design Update Newsletter
Web Design Update is a plain text email digest dedicated to disseminating news and information about web design and development with emphasis on accessibility, elements of the user experience, and more.
If we missed any resources please do let us know in the comments section & we will update this post.
Inclusive Publishing’s newsletters covers industry news, events and links to relevant accessibility articles – https://inclusivepublishing.org/newsletter/
Thanks for pointing to inclusive publishing newsletter, it is now added to the list.
Thanks for the list! It great to have one location to find newsletters.
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Web Design newsletter is added to the list. Thanks for sharing it.
CommonLook has a weekly newsletter…
Added the commonlook newsletter to the list. Thanks for sharing the resource.
I’m writing from AbilityNet charity. In our newsletter we share information about accessibility news, digital technology and how it can help older people and people with disabilities of any age to achieve their goals at home, at work and in education: https://abilitynet.org.uk/sign-up-for-our-newsletter
Sure, will update the post with this information.
Thanks for sharing, adding this to list.