When Web Accessibility Is Not Your Problem

A session at @media 2007 (America)

Friday 25th May, 2007

9:30am to 10:30am (PST)

Everyone at this conference will have a working knowledge of Web accessibility. At this point, it would be hard to surprise you with the facts. But that’s just what this session sets out to do. We’ll explore the question of what the Web designer or developer definitely does not have to worry about in making sites accessible - and what the designer or developer should not have to worry about in an ideal world. Get ready for an entertainingly scathing indictment of browsers, screen readers, and so-called authoring tools. In a working environment where we always seem to be given one more thing to worry about, this session will give you a whole set of things to stop worrying about.

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Joe Clark

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Time 9:30am10:30am PST

Date Fri 25th May 2007

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  • Building Accessible Websites

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