Wrapping up the 24 Accessibility series for 2017, Ray Campbell shares what you need to know in order to work professionally in the accessibility space and encourages digital professionals to consider the accessibility space as a career choice.
In today’s article, Job van Achterberg tells the story of how he created and grew an accessibility meetup, and how he encourages others to develop meet ups in their locales. And it all started with some whisky.
In today’s article, Alaina Wiens shares her thoughts on her advocacy in accessibility, and how she reminds herself that accessibility is a pursuit, a philosophy and is no longer going to worry about where to start because making the web truly accessible is about refusing to stop.
In today’s article, Donna Maddox shares her view on web accessibility as a developer in a corporate environment, and how not to beat yourself up to meet the expectation of a miracle worker.
In today’s article, Glenda Sims discusses the new version of the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) that is scheduled to fill known gaps in the present version and explains how you can get involved with the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
In today’s article, Dennis Deacon shares the story of his journey into accessibility and the life-changing moments that altered his professional career in a positive way.
In today’s post, Melanie Myers shares her journey into accessibility and the misconceptions she uncovered that trip up many new to this digital focus.
In today’s article, Scott O’Hara tells the classic tale of developers not aware of accessibility and how user testing with a person with disabilities highlights the classic errors made, and the revelations experienced just before project launch.
Today, Allen West shares experiences from a user’s perspective on the inclusive web, illustrating the fluctuating level of accessibility and the challenges that he faces, highlighting the varying priority that accessibility has today.