A11y double feature: Accessible Color Contrast & Accessible Routing with React

Bay Area Accessibility and Inclusive Design
Bay Area Accessibility and Inclusive Design
Public group

225 Bush St, San Francisco, CA 94104

225 Bush St, San Francisco, CA 94104 · San Francisco, Ca

How to find us

The Handshake office building is situated at 225 Bush Street between Montgomery Street and Sansome Street, near a Target store. Come up to the 12th floor upon arrival.

Location image of event venue


IMPORTANT NOTE: If you receive a message from the organizers asking for your first and last names and do not reply by noon on Tuesday, December 11, you will be removed from the attendee list. We need to provide an official guest list to our host for security. The official guest list will close at noon on Tuesday, December 11.

The December meetup (our last one of the year) will feature two speakers and tech disciplines. We'll dive into designing accessible color contrast and developing accessible javascript.

Choosing accessible colors for UI doesn’t have to involve guesswork. Come learn about the math and color science that goes into building a color system based on accessible contrast ratios. Systems Designer Brad Turner will present his approach to defining Handshake's accessible color palette and share some homegrown tools you can use in your own work!

Join digital accessibility consultant Chris Lane as he discusses accessible routing with react and answers questions about some of the most common issues he encounters in his day-to-day work, and how to resolve them.

EVENT AGENDA: This meetup will follow our usual schedule:

6:00 to 6:30 — Mix & Mingle
6:30 to 6:45 — Opening Announcements, Jobs, & Events
6:45 to 8:00 — Presentations by Brad Tuner and Chris Lane

ARRIVAL INFORMATION: The address is 225 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA 94104. When you arrive at the venue, proceed to the 12th floor. The Handshake office is located in San Francisco's Financial District neighborhood, about two blocks north of the Montgomery BART Station.

Thank you to the Handshake team for generously hosting this meetup.