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2nd Accessibility Camp Bay Area schedule

Saturday 28th February 2015

  • Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA): Beyond The Basics

    by dylanbarrell

    This session will explain the relationship between the DOM and the accessibility tree, highlight the ARIA roles that work well across multiple platforms, as well as the tricks necessary to get them to work consistently. Dylan will also cover 5 best practices for successfully implementing ARIA in a cross-platform fashion.

    At 11:00am to 11:45am, Saturday 28th February

  • How We Built An Accessible  Video Player

    by Gian Wild

    Australia's Gian Wild, from AccessibilityOz, will take you through their process in developing the world's first fully accessible video player, as well as some of the common accessibility errors in other video players on the market.

    At 11:00am to 11:45am, Saturday 28th February

  • Making Your User Testing Inclusive

    by Jayne Schurick

    Learn the best practices and tools you need in order to design and administer user testing of web and mobile products when your audience includes persons with disabilities.

    At 11:00am to 11:45am, Saturday 28th February

  • Innovating Accessibility

    by Matt Reamer

    Inspired by his brother who has Autism, Matt will talk about a device he designed , developed, and built to help his brother speak with his parents via
    text messages in real time from push buttons with tested and custom icons printed on them.

    At 12:00pm to 12:45pm, Saturday 28th February

  • Introduction to PhoneGap Accessibility

    by Michael Jordan and Matt May

    This session will introduce accessible mobile applications using Adobe PhoneGap.

    At 12:00pm to 12:45pm, Saturday 28th February

  • The 80/20 rule: Finding and fixing the Top 10 Accessibility Errors

    by Karl Groves

    To date, Tenon.io has tested over 500,000 web pages and has found an average of 50 errors per page. Learn how to avoid these errors in the
    first place and boost your site's accessibility immediately.

    At 12:00pm to 12:45pm, Saturday 28th February

  • Accessible Mobile Development 101

    by Scott McCormack

    This session will cover the technical fundamentals behind developing iOS and Android mobile apps that are accessible to users with
    disabilities. Bring your questions.

    At 2:15pm to 3:00pm, Saturday 28th February

  • Beyond Large Fonts: A Partially Sighted User's Perspective

    by Karo Caran

    Karo will share the do’s and don’ts of web and mobile visual design from the user experience of someone who is partially sighted. She will show how I browse the web/navigate the
    mobile environment and break some stereotypes associated with designing for users with low vision. I will discuss good/bad practices and provide feedback on how the more challenging interactions could be improved.

    At 2:15pm to 3:00pm, Saturday 28th February

  • WAI-ARIA, The Family Feud Edition

    by Amy Chen

    Using the popular Family Feud format, join accessibility pros and test your own knowledge of the Accessible Rich Internet Applications specifications. Yes, it is possible to have fun and learn about ARIA.

    At 2:15pm to 3:00pm, Saturday 28th February

  • Accessibility In The Games Industry

    by Ian Hamilton

    Joining us from the United Kingdom, Ian will cover how accessibility relates to gaming: why it matters, what makes it so different to other industries, and an outline of best practices.

    At 3:15pm to 4:00pm, Saturday 28th February

  • AngularJS Accessibility For Devs

    by Dirk Ginader

    Dirk will discuss and demonstrate the best practices necessary to develop accessible and usable web apps that useAngularJS.

    At 3:15pm to 4:00pm, Saturday 28th February

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  • Getting Our Design Team To Walk The Walk

    by Judith Blankman

    We have executive buy in, leadership has set the course, the floodgates are open, and accessibility is enterprise policy. Now what? Learn about how our small team embeds accessibility into the culture and habits of user experience designers and content strategists to promote a “preventive
    medicine” approach to compliance.

    At 3:15pm to 4:00pm, Saturday 28th February

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