Luis Garcia, the senior product manager for accessibility at eBay, discusses the various color-related WCAG criteria and how fixing one might create issues in other aspects of accessibility.
Coming up next (April 03, 2019): Shell LittleRegister for the upcoming episode!
Shell Little is the Mobile Accessibility Lead at Wells Fargo DS4B. On April 3, 2019, she will be discussing about why the mobile space is so difficult to work in and give concrete examples of things that would technically pass in WCAG but are really bad experience for users with various disabilities with a focus on cognitive disabilities on mobile in a talk entitled, "Dark Adventures in Mobile Accessibility."
One of the greatest misconceptions in the world of document accessibility is, "my document needs to be WCAG compliant." Adam Spencer explores the similarities, differences and language that needs to be understood when making PDF documents accessible and compliant for PDF/UA.
Jared Smith, Associate Director of WebAIM, discusses the interplay between page content (including ARIA), browser parsing/rendering, accessibility APIs, and assistive technology - something that is increasingly important for developers to have a sense of when implementing and testing accessibility.