Accessibility - The State of the Web

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Published on 2 Jan 2019, 22:55
A blazing fast website with the best content is all for nothing if it's not accessible to its users. In this episode of the State of the Web, Rick speaks with Nektarios Paisios from the Chrome Accessibility team about making the web more accessible for people with disabilities. Learn about the importance of accessibility and how you can make use of the latest web standards and tools to help make the web more accessible.

Overview of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG): bit.ly/2Vqihsf
WCAG 2.1 recommendations: bit.ly/2ArceuL
Free accessibility Udacity webinar by Google: bit.ly/2SzYzZ6
Accessibility guides on web.dev: bit.ly/2VqzjXe
Rob Dodson's A11ycast video series: bit.ly/2TrHEbt
Accessibility report on HTTP Archive: bit.ly/2s6Jkvq
The importance of accessibility in product design: bit.ly/2VjoiXA
3 tips when designing for accessibility: bit.ly/2R5xMan

Watch more State of the Web episodes here → bit.ly/2JhAzsh

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