Digital accessibility means that your website, mobile app, or electronic document can be navigated and understood by all users, including those with visual, auditory, motor, or cognitive disabilities. In this presentation, I'll cover some basics: Who's affected? Where can you go for more information? How do we make our websites and app more accessible? I will also give an overview of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), which have become the industry standard. Throughout my presentation, I'll give practical advice for baking accessibility into all phases of a design project.
6:00: Networking and Food
6:30: Presentation Begins
7:30: Presentation Ends
About our Presenter:
Joshua Randall has 20 years of experience in information technology, primarily as a business analyst. He has worked on mission critical software development projects in several industries, including auto and health insurance, banking, and most recently paints & coatings. Joshua is also a master's student in the Kent State University user experience design program. His current job puts him at the center of digital accessibility work on a major consumer-oriented e-commerce initiative.
Location: Akron-Summit County Public Library
Format: Presentation + Networking
Food: Sandwiches and appetizers provided