The Web is Inherently Accessible

Presented on June 8, 2022 at 12pm ET

Talk aimed at front-end developers or anyone using the basics of HTML to create content for the web. Join TPGi’s Rachele DiTullio, Senior Accessibility Engineer, as Rachele explains how the web is accessible by default and that it’s design choices that make the web inaccessible.

The web is accessible by default; it is our design decisions that stop it being accessible. We need to develop accessible pages from the bottom up, starting with semantic HTML. Many designers and developers have a poor grasp of what native elements to use and what functionality they provide. Every semantic mistake introduces accessibility issues into your code. In this session, you will learn:

  • When to use a link or a button
  • Why to use headings
  • How to create form fields
  • When to use tables
  • How to create accessible images, font icons and emojis

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