Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 3:15 – 4:00 p.m.
Location: Glass 354 – American National Insurance Auditorium
Categories: ARIA, Intermediate, Programming, Technical, Usability
No matter how users get to your sites, they deserve an inclusive, accessible experience. Many large sites require complex navigation menus to help people find the content they’re looking for.
A main navigation component built with accessibility in mind goes a long way towards addressing this issue. When we give careful thought to the basics of menu accessibility, from ”the ground up”, we can help everyone use our sites better.
This presentation will demonstrate how to progressively enhance a menu with:
- Programmatically created and accessible markup from a data source
Web developer, University of Connecticut