If you ask three accessibility specialists an accessibility question, you will get seven different answers. What do you do when you see different solutions that might all pass WCAG 2.0?
• What really counts as a method to bypass blocks of content?
• Do we really need to measure text size to see if it passes large-text contrast requirements?
• When are headings required and is proper nesting important enough to fail an accessibility test?
I will have example pages and documents for us to debate. We can use any files provided by participants as well. This isn’t a class that provides specific answers; come ready to discuss times when you’ve had to make a judgment call.
May 18th, 2017
4:00 pm-5:30 pm
Business Strategy – Content – Design & Usability – Dev/Coding – Testing
This is more of an instructor-led discussion than a classroom lecture. We’ll talk about WCAG 2.0 standards and how specific examples meet them, or could be remediated to meet them.
Room TH 117