Knowbility's Eric Eggert discusses the good, the bad, and the ugly of using Accessible Rich Internet Applications for coding and how important it is for developers to understand the complexities of ARIA before showing it off in the cleverly titled, "ARIA Serious?".
Coming up next (October 07, 2020): Helen BurgeRegister for the upcoming episode!
Helen Burge, Senior Accessibility and Usability Consultant, will discuss using the keyboard effectively when doing an accessibility audit. Most are aware of using the tab key, but what other methods are overlooked in an audit? Understanding this can help when testing non-web applications, and to remember the users we are trying to emulate in the audit process.
In this episode, SVG and dataviz expert Doug Schepers wants to let you know that data visualization doesn't have to be visual! Don't assume that a chart or diagram can't be made accessible. In this talk, you'll learn how the brain processes data visualizations, how we can leverage this to work with other senses, and tips and best practices for making complex graphical content available to all. We'll also offer a direct comparisonon different tools and software that make it easy to accessibilify your diagrams.
What makes an accessible card? In this August 2019 edition, Rian Rietveld discusses the considerations for creating an accessible card from the basics of construction through title, thumbnail, date, excerpt, tags, categories and read more link.