Web accessibility has become more of a buzzword than a process to make the web more accessible to a variety of users. Even when good accessibility is implemented in applications, some fail to realize that writing semantic code is just the beginning. In this talk, Obinna will focus more on the non-code stuff that goes into making the web accessible to users, and also check out some ways to actually improve and test platform accessibility.
To improve the human side of semantic code
Assumed Audience Knowledge
Understanding of semantic HTML and Aria is assumed.