February 22, 2021 · Webinar
Challenging Accessibility Assumptions: Screen Readers
Perspectives for Management
Intro to accessibility from a manager’s perspective! Focusing on screen readers, learn where accessibility fits in the project life cycle.
February 22, 2021 · 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM CT
Developers are primarily responsible for accessibility, right? A screen reader user doesn’t need a keyboard, right? Testing with JAWS is enough, right? Wrong, wrong and wrong. These types of assumptions about accessibility are project assassins, especially if they are yours and you’re the manager.
If you don’t understand accessibility and how it affects your project, you’re setting the stage for budget overruns, missed deadlines and unfulfilled requirements. Challenge your assumptions and learn how role-based accessibility can lead to more efficient and effective projects!
With a focus on screen readers, learn where accessibility fits into the project life cycle and when, as well as who is responsible for accessibility decisions. You’ll also learn:
- How screen readers work in conjunction with other assistive technologies
- What resources your team needs to build and test
- Why people use screen readers
- Which web trends present accessibility challenges for screen reader users
Read our recent A Brief History of Screen Readers post to get a head start on learning.
$35 In celebration of the 35th anniversary of the 1st screen reader released in 1986
Who should attend?
- Project managers
- Tech Team Leads
- Tech Directors
About the Instructor
Once registered, an order confirmation arrives in your email. A few moments later after you have registered, the person assigned the ticket receives an event details email that includes, among other things:
- A calendar invite to add the event to your calendar
- Shortly before the conference, a unique link to join the event on the day of the conference
Also, as the event draws near, ticket holders will receive email reminders, so they don’t miss a thing!
On the day of the online event, enjoy and learn! Don’t worry if you can’t make it at the scheduled time. In one to two weeks after the event, you will be notified that recordings have been posted so you can review and share with your team.
Have any questions?
Feel free to contact us if there’s anything else you’d like to know.