Accessibility is a practice that touches on many aspects of good web design and development, including performance. In this talk, Boston based designer Eric Bailey highlights opportunities and techniques to improve your website or web app's performance by embracing an accessible, inclusive mindset.
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Data visualization doesn't have to be visual! Don't assume that a chart or diagram can't be made accessible. In this talk, Doug Schepers will discuss how the brain processes data visualizations, how we can leverage this to work with other senses, and tips and best practices for making complex graphical content available to all. We'll also offer a direct comparison on different tools and software that make it easy to "accessibilify" your diagrams.
Mallory van Achterberg, senior accessibility consultant for Tenon.io, discusses the dos and don'ts of designing and coding for low vision.
Michele Williams, PhD, Senior UX Researcher for Accessibility at Pearson's Higher Education Department, discusses effective usability testing and research in a presentation entitled, "Conducting Accessibility User Research: What's Really Needed?"