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Kai S.

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San Jose, CA

Member since:

January 22, 2014

What topic(s) is of interest to you when it comes to digital accessibility and users with disabilities?

All of them, I guess. I want to know more about the subject generally, and specifically how to make websites as accessible as possible.

When it comes to your knowledge of digital accessibility, how would you describe yourself: beginner, intermediate, or advanced?

Maybe advanced beginner? I know a little about making websites accessible- using semantic HTML to help screenreaders, using responsive layouts to accommodate larger fonts, using tab indexing and keyed responses to simplify navigation. I'd be very surprised if there wasn't a lot more to know.

Do you currently work on some aspect of digital accessibility as part of your job, or is it an interest that you're wanting to explore further?

No answer yet

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Artist, musician, Rails dev, dilettante.


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