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Authoring Accessible Content Workshop • Virtual Workshop

Knowbility, Inc.

Thursday, April 30, 2020 from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM (CDT)

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Authoring Accessible Content Workshop • Virtual Workshop

In this workshop, Emily Lewis demonstrates how semantic HTML is the foundation for websites and an integral part of digital accessibility.

She’ll share examples of the most common accessibility problems, and how semantic HTML solves those problems — without any advanced coding knowledge or using bulky frameworks.

Emily will also demonstrate keyboard-only interactions and screen-reader announcements, so you can see and hear first-hand how semantic HTML allows people of all abilities to better interact with your content.

More users, easier to maintain code, and support accessibility requirements 

You’ll learn semantic and accessible HTML design patterns for common site content:

  • Headings
  • Lists
  • UI controls
  • Forms
  • Data tables
  • Images, video, and audio

And how these semantic patterns can be extended into building accessible interactive components with the addition of simple ARIA, CSS, and JS:

  • Disclosures
  • Accordions
  • Tabs
  • Dialogs

You’ll also learn about the power of semantic HTML beyond accessibility:

  • Lean code for faster page performance
  • Standardized code for quicker development
  • Human-readable code for easier maintenance
  • Machine-readable code for better SEO

Build a strong foundation for accessibility, speed, and SEO by developing with semantic HTML!

Key takeaways:

  • Lean code for faster page performance
  • Standardized code for quicker development
  • Human-readable code for easier maintenance
  • Machine-readable code for better SEO

Who should attend?

  • For people at all web development levels.

Prerequisites:

  • Familiarity with HTML, CSS, and browser inspect tools is helpful, but not required.

Additional Information:

  • Registration cost is per screen; invite your team to join you in a conference room so everyone can learn! (Individual links may not be shared)
  • Group & academic rates are available
  • Receive unlimited replays of the training video for one year after the video is posted

Meet Your Instructor: Emily Lewis

Emily Lewis is a front-end developer with a passion for inclusive design. A “standardista” at heart, Emily specializes in accessibility, semantics and user experience.

Formerly the owner of a web services agency, she also specializes in digital project management.Paul Adam is an accessibility consultant for a wide range of enterprise-level, large organizations in a variety of industries including state and federal government, higher education, banking/financial, insurance, telecommunications, airline, healthcare, retail/e-Commerce, and hospitality.'

With more than 20 years working in the industry, Emily believes education and community are vital to making the web more diverse, inclusive and accessible. To that end, she co-hosted the renowned web podcast CTRL+CLICK CAST and served as Managing Editor for Web Standards Sherpa. She also wrote Microformats Made Simple and contributed to HTML5 Cookbook.

Currently, she advocates for digital accessibility through writing, public speaking and training.

Knowbility's Accessibility Training & Technical Solutions

Knowbility provides a wide range of accessible web design and development services to help you get your website and technology products up to compliance standards. Over the past 20 years, we have helped hundreds of corporations, education institutions, government agencies, and nonprofit companies. Through testing, training, strategic planning, and policy development services, we empower our clients to achieve and maintain their accessibility goals.

Our experts are internationally recognized for their role in creating the worldwide standard for web accessibility implementation and training. When we work with you on a project, our goal is to teach as we go. We want your team to incorporate good accessibility practices into your processes and become independent with a self-sustaining accessibility practice in place as a long-term result.  Knowbility's Testing and Technical Solutions

Have questions about Authoring Accessible Content Workshop • Virtual Workshop? Contact Knowbility, Inc.

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Knowbility, Inc.

Knowbility, Inc. is a nonprofit organization based in Austin, Texas and an award-winning leader in accessible information technology. Our mission is to support the independence of children and adults with disabilities by promoting the use and improving the availability of accessible information technology, working with businesses, educational entities, government and nonprofit organizations to train staff, implement effective accessibility strategies, and monitor long-term goals to reach millions of new users.

Knowbility, Inc. was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) in 1999, shortly after conducting our first community-building event called the Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR Austin). This program has since evolved into OpenAIR, an international web accessibility challenge during which teams of developers and designers receive training in accessible web design and development and build websites for registered non-profit organizations in order to increase awareness of tools and techniques that make the internet accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. 

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