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Monday, October 17 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Simple. Accessible. Fast. #SimpleA11y

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You already know that accessibility is important. In fact, it's the law. It's also a good idea. Let's make the Web accessible--and faster--for everyone.

Estelle Weyl skips the "why" and focuses on the "how." Marking up accessible, performant websites can be as simple as using the right semantic elements in your HTML. Semantic HTML can prevent bugs, improve performance, reduce code bloat, and make your site accessible to screen readers and keyboard users.

Estelle explores accessibility features native to semantic elements and demonstrates how to add additional accessibility with a sprinkling of ARIA roles and attributes. Estelle also covers making accessible form controls, input masking, attractive selects, and creating a fully accessible carousel that functions perfectly with just a few lines of CSS, even fewer lines of JavaScript--and no frameworks.


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Estelle Weyl

Open Web Evangelist, UI Eng., Author, Trainer, Instart Logic
Estelle Weyl is an internationally published author, speaker, trainer, and consultant. Estelle started her professional life running public health programs, but decided instead to be a web standardista. A UI Engineer, she has consulted for Kodakgallery, Samsung, SurveyMonkey, Yahoo... Read More →

Monday October 17, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm
El Mirador West Hilton Palacio del Rio

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