Usability Starts with Accessibility

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For many web developers, accessibility is an afterthought, if they even think about it at all. What they fail to realize is that planning for accessibility from the beginning can actually enhance the design process rather than hindering it, with the end result will being more usable by everyone. This presentation will cover some common web accessibility techniques and show you how they can change the way you think about web design.

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ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Patrick has been developing for the web for over ten years on both the front and back ends. He has been the organizer of the Ann Arbor Ruby Brigade since 2014.

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HOSTED & SPONSORED BY:
At Atomic Object (https://atomicobject.com/), our passion is to build great software and find better ways of doing it. We were early pioneers and continue to innovate with agile software development practices such as pair programming and test-driven, iterative development. We are at the forefront of integrating user experience (UX) design with the agile development process.

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