Reading recommendations: Animation on the web and vestibular disorders

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It’s 7:25 a.m. and I’ve already learned so much. Actually, I just wanted to write a few paragraphs for an article about accessibility in CSS before I go to work, but I got caught up reading about animation on the web and vestibular disorders.

The articles I read written by Eric W. Bailey and Shell Little, Val Head, and Facundo Corradini are so great that I just had to dedicate this post to them.

Designing Safer Web Animation For Motion Sensitivity

Val describes how we can make animated movements easier on folks who find it triggering.

Read Designing Safer Web Animation on A List Apart.

Revisiting prefers-reduced-motion, the reduced motion media query

Eric highlights the importance of a thoughtful use of animation on the web and he raises awareness for the prefers-reduced-motion media query. Shell explains the relation between animation and neurodivergence.

Read Revisiting prefers-reduced-motion on CSS-Tricks.

Accessibility for Vestibular Disorders: How My Temporary Disability Changed My Perspective

Facundo shares how his temporary disability changed his perspective on animation and web accessibility.

Read Accessibility for Vestibular Disorders on A List Apart.