Eileen Becker-Rendano & Jason Cortes
Accessibility is often segmented off, but a solid accessible strategy touches many areas of the website lifecycle. In fact, it is one of the cornerstones of a good user experience. In this discussion, you will hear from two accessibility experts in pursuit of true Universal Design – bringing both a visual and a non-visual perspective.
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Everything we do, as product teams, will either earn, keep, or undermine trust. From unit testing to marketing, it all affects trust. The trust between teams and team members, employees and managers, companies and customers will play a part in your success.
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Focus styles don't have to be ugly! Focus styles are an integral part of any mature design system.
This talk will discuss the intersection of WCAG compliance and Inclusive Design, as well as new focus-related CSS selectors. Additionally, strategies for how to effectively implement them in your organization will be discussed.
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Long before we crushed tiny candies on our screens, dice games were among some of the first known to be played as far back as 5000 BCE. The theory of play is a well-researched area with roots in anthropology and psychology. Games have emerged throughout human history as an expression of play. Accessible game design is an area that has not been as well researched. In this presentation, you will learn how to get started checking games for accessibility using WCAG 2.1 standards, and how to get started designing your own games.
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