On the modern web, we can design content with the visual interestingness that we’ve always wanted. We can have beautiful pages and lots of variety. But how can we manage our content and maximise accessibility at the same time? In this talk, Hidde will look at how better “authoring tools” can improve accessibility (for content editors and for web users), and share some of the new resources that the W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) is working on.
Information about all things accessibility: planning, designing, developing, testing, advocating , training and more…
The Authoring Tools Accessibility Guidelines
Examples, rationale and intent for the success criteria of ATAG 2.0.
Authoring Tools List (prototype, dummy data)