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Accessibility: better apps for (dis)abled
In this presentation we will learn what exactly is accessibility and try to break the myth of it being only related to disabilities.

Summary:
• Common myths vs true nature of accessibility: All users are disabled to some extend. Long term, temporarily, situationally
• Inclusivity and future proofing. Better for disabled means better for everyone, but also better for unknown technologies
• Common mistakes. Personal preferences, common biases, misunderstanding data and methods of testing
• How to tackle accessibility: Content, design, technical solutions, mindset
• Battlefield stories: Examples of common issues, what went wrong and how it was fixed

Nov 26, 2020 06:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Fraser Hart
Senior Manager - Web Development @NewDay
Started out as a junior web developer slicing PSDs into HTML tables after dropping out of university over 20yrs ago and have seen every evolution, iteration and trend of the web since. Focussing primarily on core front end technologies in the last 7yrs I have worked in agencies, start-ups and international bank settings. Currently Senior Manager of Web Development at NewDay, heading up front end development and front end teams.
Janusz “Kali” Kaliszczak
Senior Front End Developer @NewDay
User Interface developer and designer with 20 years of experience juggling HTML, CSS and Javascript to make Interfaces dance smoother. Believer of design process being a cross-disciplines collaborative task. Experienced being UI and UX lead in massive news services, large scale B2B and B2C web application across e-commerce, finance, legal, entertainment and government services. Hands on, splitting his time between Interface development, design end component system planning & coding, and Information Architecture and UX design.