01:14 - Chris’s Superpower: His Ability to Sleep.
01:50 - Why Chris Wants To Talk About Web Accessibility
- Top 3 Priorities When Building on the Web
02:45 - Whose Responsibility Is It To Build An Accessible Web?
07:38 - How To Inform And Get Colleagues On Board With Accessibility
- Understanding The Clientele
- Have Numbers To Back It Up
11:45 - Image Descriptions
- Alt Attributes
- Twitter Adds Alt Text For .gifs
16:34 - Companies Deal With Accessibility Lawsuits
19:07 - Where To Start Making Changes
- Only Shipping One Experience That Works For Everybody
- Make Sure You Are Using Semantic Markup
- Color Contrast
- Make Sure There Are Alt Attributes On Your Images
27:50 - What Can Developers Do Today To Make Changes
- Start With An Audit
- Compare To Competitors
31:06 - Work Collaboratively With The Designers
34:15 - How To Be Accessible For Various Disabilities
37:10 - Accessibility Can Benefit Everyone
Chris: Accessibility is not a requirement, it is a must. From Marcy Sutton: Every little bit of accessibility you contribute is so necessary and so needed.
Carina: The concrete useful examples such as audits are beneficial to business people.
Jacob: Wants to get better at using a screen reader to gain empathy about what the right thing is to do.
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