It is important to reach every last customer, but there are a lot of customers out there for whom the web is not an easy quick-stop. Your target audience contains people who need visual or motor assistance whether they have a specific condition that affects them or are just part of the very large and aging Baby Boomer generation. Learn some tips for evaluating the accessibility of your site, and find out how to broaden your site's appeal while making the web a more accessible place for everyone.

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Ryan Mauger at 08:18 on 11 Nov 2019

Interesting and useful
Great to hear someone address colourblindness when considering usability for websites
I came away with new things to consider and will be putting some ideas from this talk into practice in the coming weeks and months.

A good introduction to Accessibility with a focus on the available tools

Tim Swann at 14:31 on 12 Nov 2019

Excellent talk, so many really usefull hints and links
I've built a lot of brochureware website over the years and thought I knew a fair bit about accessibility; but a learnt a few things and had a few assumptions tested by this talk. Thanks.