I Never Knew A Website Could Hurt Someone

When you're new to accessibility, it is easy to think it is only about blind people who use screen readers. After all, blind people have a really hard time on the web. They can't see the screen. They can't see the mouse pointer, so they can't use a mouse. They rely on screen readers for access. But can a website cause a user pain? Yes. I've seen it happen.

During this talk, Karl Groves will talk about users who are rarely considered and how designers and developers can help each of them through understanding the Web itself.

Karl Groves

Focused on actively fixing accessibility

Washington, Washington, D.C., United States


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