On July 27, I gave a ten-minute “tech talk” to my Grace Hopper classmates on why and how to make Web applications accessible. It is suuuuuuuper basic, but since the curriculum hadn’t discussed accessibility at all, I felt that it was important to at least introduce the concept.
Which is, apparently, a conviction many other students have held. “Oh, this old chestnut!” quoth our A/V lord, as he hooked up all the things.
Tk, as they say in publishing. The video has autogenerated captions, but I will also post a transcript here that actually has punctuation and cool stuff like that.
Includes the speaker notes that I forgot to refer to at a few crucial points.
Be a Better Developer: Build for Accessibility by India Amos
An interactive presentation created with Slides.
Draft! I still have dozens of browser tabs to sort through. Additional recommendations are very welcome.
http://bit.ly/2uCc9BJ (Google Docs)