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*** Please go to the Cleveland Agile Group meetup and RSVP there as well, so they can get a count for food and chairs. ***
Making websites and apps more usable for everyone, including people with disabilities, can seem like a daunting task. In this presentation, I will explain how accessibility work doesn’t have to be overwhelming.
- The meaning and relevance of a ’shift left’ mindset.
- Integration of accessibility into your design and development processes.
- The most important tool for testing. (Hint: you already own it!)
Basic knowledge of accessibility will be helpful but not required.
Free parking is available at the LeanDog location. Drive through the parking gate (it's always up).
Food will be provided thanks to the generosity of CleAG / LeanDog.
Joshua Randall is a user experience designer with over 20 years of experience across the financial services, healthcare, and insurance industries. His areas of interest include interaction design, information architecture, and UX research. Before a career change into UX, Joshua worked in software development as a Certified ScrumMaster and business analyst. Joshua holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Yale University and an M.S. in UX Design from Kent State University. He is Vice President of the board of the Cleveland chapter of the User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA), and he also organizes the Cleveland Accessibility Meetup (A11yCLE).