A presentation at A11y Camp 2018 in in Melbourne VIC, Australia by Julie Grundy
We often leave accessibility until the last minute, or until a customer complains about our product. But refactoring isn’t the ideal way to make products anyone can use, and Stack Overflow doesn’t have all the information you’ll need.
Integrating accessibility into your day-to-day work will save you time and energy, and creates a more user-friendly product. Julie will show you the 4-step process she uses to build an accessible interactive feature from scratch, using device-independent progressive enhancement.
The following resources were mentioned during the presentation or are useful additional information.
Links on my website to the resources I used to build my demo, the code on GitHub, and the original Powerpoint slides which may be more accessible than the PDF.
Here’s what was said about this presentation on Twitter.