I certainly have a Chrome bias in my work. I will add to this article one anecdotal thing: when I occasionally open Firefox, it is snappy. Firefox never really stuck for me before because it was comparatively slow. That is no longer the case, in my experience.
A great article from A List Apart that reminds us that Accessibility is not a binary thing. You’re not Accessible one day when you weren’t before.
It also acknowledges an issue with Accessibility that rarely is spoken about: it’s often self-contradictory.
I’m dyslexic, and one of the recommendations for reducing visual stress that I’ve found tremendously helpful is low contrast between text and background color. This, though, often means failing to meet accessibility requirements for people who are visually impaired. Once you start really looking, you notice accessibility conflicts large and small cropping up everywhere.
Lots of great articles from 24 Ways this December. This is one of my personal favorites so far.