Back in January, a team was formed to create a pattern library for accessible WordPress themes.
They stated their goals for the new pattern library:
The goals are simple:
- Become a central resource for WordPress theme developers to learn about and how to implement accessible patterns for accessibility-ready themes.
- Patterns should be self contained and have as few dependencies as possible.
- Be a codebase that gets tested rigorously, evolves constantly and keeps it simple.
I think this could end up as a nice addition to an existing handbook on developer.wordpress.org, or be one of its own.
If you’re interested in more non-WordPress specific Accessibility initiatives, check out the Accessibility Project as well. I think it’s a great resource that makes a11y issues easier to understand.