The Web is Inherently Accessible

Oct 22 2:12 PM CDT :calendar:
Audience level: All

About This Talk

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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    Rachele DiTullio

    Rachele is gender non-binary and uses the pronouns she/her.

    Rachele believes in information integrity and accessibility for all through inclusive design principles. As a front-end developer for two decades, she learned web standards and coding best practices. Now, she uses that knowledge as an accessibility engineer for TPGi.

    Rachele is a Certified Professional in Web Accessibility (CPWA). She earned her Master of Science degree in Information Studies from the University of Texas at Austin School of Information with a specialization in user experience design, including support work for making systems work for people with disabilities.

    Rachele enjoys working remotely from her home in Austin, Texas, and spending time with her partner and four cats.