Allison Ravenhall has worked in enough IT roles to fill a bakery: tester, web dev, team lead, tech architect, usability and UX consultant, tech writer, training facilitator, speaker, and accessibility consultant.
Take an in-depth look at the new criteria in the recently published Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.2.
Will you have to re-engineer your authentication experience? Are your focus styles up to scratch? Is your drag-and-drop interface good enough? Are your forms efficient? Is your site always helpful? Will your touch targets make the grade?
So many questions. Get all the answers.
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|How to present inclusively||global diversity CFP day||January 2021|
|Personalised technical accessibility training: a case study||CSUN 2020||March 2020|
|Let’s make more inclusive Android apps||A11y Camp||November 2019|
|Let’s make more inclusive apps||Google DevFest 2019||November 2019|
|WCAG 2.1 - What’s it all about?||Melbourne Web A11y meetup||November 2018|
|Make <input> more accessible with metadata||Web Directions: What Do You Know?||June 2018|
|Digital accessibility 101||The Web Meetup||May 2017|