Molly Holzschlag, an active participant in the World Wide Web Consortium’s Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) working Group, will show you how to design with CSS, while keeping accessibility in mind. During her session on Tuesday, February 28 at 8:30 AM, Molly will convince you that accessible sites don’t have to be ugly and/or boring. You’ll learn how to implement CSS that’s clean, scalable, and creates a better experience for all of your site visitors, including those who have low vision.
To date, Molly has some 35 books to her credit. And, at the moment, she’s authoring another for O’Reilly on “CSS for Screen and Print.”
In the Web community, Molly is certainly known for her ability to speak and write clearly about the value of open standards and a Web that works for all. She’s recently started a series, in .Net Magazine, in which she plans to interview members of the CSS Working Group. Take a few moments to read the first article, Inside the CSS WG: Daniel Glazman, co-chair.
After you attend this and other AccessU at CSUN sessions, you’ll leave feeling enthusiastic about how to assure universal information access as you design for mobile and Web-based platforms. So what are you waiting for? Sign up for Knowbility’s AccessU at CSUN 2012 today. Please help us spread the word to project managers, administrators, and Web developers in the San Diego area. Feel free to share this message with colleagues.