Sasha Endoh: Practical Accessibility For Inclusive Web

One response on “Sasha Endoh: Practical Accessibility For Inclusive Web

  1. Leonel López

    I am interesting about your topic, I am deaf, I see your video not have closed caption , so you can give me your presentation or other way? Regards.

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October 1, 2017

Accessibility can feel overwhelming with lots of scary-sounding legal language and complicated requirements. We’ll take a quick look at the laws around accessibility so they don’t sound so scary. Then we’ll go over the basics of making accessible WordPress websites from the perspective of both design and development. We’ll go over practical examples of accessibility requirements. Finally, we’ll discuss tools you can use to help you get comfortable thinking about accessibility and testing for it on any website, including your next project.

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WordCamp Montreal 2017 40

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Sasha Endoh 3

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Accessibility 142

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