Webinars: Web Components and Accessibility

Archive: Web Components and Accessibility 

Live Broadcast Held On: Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Length: 1.5 hours 
Fee: $39 for members; $79 for nonmembers
Speaker: Karl Groves, Senior Technical Lead, Accessibility Software Consultant, Director of Training, The Paciello Group
 

Target Audience: Developers. This session requires experience with HTML and CSS and at least basic understanding of and experience with JavaScript.

Overview: Web components are a new technology that offer a new way to encapsulate new functionality into webpages directly, allowing for custom elements with their full presentation logic and business logic to be built in as though they were native. This exciting technology also allows for new customized versions of existing native functionality and, in fact, improvements to the native functionality without needing to require that functionality to be built from scratch. This offers new opportunities and challenges for accessibility, which will be discussed in this session.


Speaker Bio: Karl Groves has nearly a decade of professional experience in Web design/development and over six years of experience doing usability and accessibility consulting for some of the largest e-commerce and software companies in the world, as well as some of the largest US Federal agencies. He comes to the table with the knowledge and experience necessary to handle everything from consultation to remediation and training and more.

Karl is currently the Senior Technical Lead Accessibility Software Consultant & Director of Training for The Paciello Group. At TPG he is responsible for design and delivery of training for all clients on the topics of Web accessibility, Web standards, accessible application development, and accessibility testing. He also performs testing and auditing of Web-based systems, websites, mobile websites and applications, and tablet applications for large public and private sector clients.


 


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