Length: 1.5 hours
Fee: $39 for members; $79 for nonmembers
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Speaker: Paul Adam, Accessibility Evangelist, Deque
Target Audience: Developers, QA, UX, designers
Skill Level: Intermediate and Advanced
Participants will be able to:
1. Make dynamic HTML widgets like Modal Dialogs, Mega Menus, Carousels, Date Pickers, and Accordions accessible to blind, screen reader, and sighted, keyboard-only users.
2. Identify how the new HTML5 elements, input types, and attributes make accessibility easier in the modern and mobile Web.
3. Explain how to use the W3C's WAI-ARIA spec to make custom UI components accessible and make screen readers speak alerts to blind users when error messages appear on the screen.
4. Explain how to make mobile Web apps accessible for blind iOS and Android mobile device users.
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