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🚴‍♂️ Cycle season

After working from home for more than two years, I’ve been enjoying the odd trip to the office recently. It’s 15 kilometres away, which is a nice distance to cycle, so I’ve bought myself a bike! Coincidentally, the Tour de France begins tomorrow, but I don’t think I’m quite ready for that yet!

As well as thinking about bikes, I’ve written five articles for you over the course of the month:

  1. WWDC 2022 roundup
  2. What I wish was in WCAG: prohibit icon-only buttons
  3. Icon-only links fail WCAG
  4. Accessibility doesn’t stop at WCAG compliance
  5. Accessible animation without the compromise

From the archives

Almost exactly a year ago, I wrote about using the Increased Contrast Mode CSS media query, and at that time it was only available in Safari Technology Preview. The other day I had a look at browser support and it currently stands at a whopping 84.5%!

Not only is this great news for a more accessible web, but it shows how quickly new CSS features can gain widespread support these days; no more waiting for nearly a decade for enough people to update their browsers so we can use the latest and greatest features!

Elsewhere on the web

Here are some more interesting articles from around the web that I read during June:

Anyway, I’m off to collect my bike from the shop. See you again at the end of July! 🚲

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