Effectively including accessibility into web developer training – Karl Groves

…Today, I’d like to follow “Your computer school sucks” with some actual guidance for web developer training schools and bootcamps. Do not treat accessibility as its own topic A few years ago, I wrote a series of blog posts under the theme Selling Accessibility. The content for many of those posts was driven by interviewsContinue reading “Effectively including accessibility into web developer training – Karl Groves”

Effectively including accessibility into web developer training – Karl Groves

Today, I’d like to follow “Your computer school sucks” with some actual guidance for web developer training schools and bootcamps. Do not treat accessibility as its own topic A few years ago, I wrote a series of blog posts under the theme Selling Accessibility. The content for many of those posts was driven by interviewsContinue reading “Effectively including accessibility into web developer training – Karl Groves”

The Accessibility Tree: A Training Guide for Advanced Web Development

Brilliant resource. At the top level, the first concept to understand is the platform Accessibility API, which is an integral part of each Operating System. This is MSAA/UIA/IAccessible2 on Windows, AT-SPI/IAccessible2 on Linux, the OS X Accessibility Protocol on Mac and iOS, and so on.It may not be obvious, but these top level accessibility APIsContinue reading “The Accessibility Tree: A Training Guide for Advanced Web Development”