It Takes a Village: Raising a Teenage Application and Proving It's Worth It
taught by: Josh Harrison
Learn strategies for improving a teenaged application’s accessibility that respects the past, identifies steps forward, and cultivates a village of support for building the future. Prioritize accessibility efforts, communicate usage and discovery, and encourage developers and designers to consider accessibility early and often by tracking keyboard events in your application.
- How to indentify, prioritize, and remediate accessibility barriers in a web application
- How keyboard and mouse usage analytics can be tracked in a web application prove the value of accessibility-first design and development
- How to build a community of support to improve the accessibility of your product