Stephanie Brinley: Accessibility – More Than Headers and Alt-Text

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  1. sjbrinley

    Additional notes and an accessible transcript for following along with the slides can be found here: http://flightless.us/wcmia2016/

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Published

April 28, 2016

You probably already know to use headers and alt-text to improve website accessibility, but it’s so much more than that. Accessibility is not just for the blind. Come learn about the different aspects of accessibility and the simple steps you can take to improve accessibility for every website you work on.

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