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More accessible user interfaces with ARIA

Talk description

ARIA is a W3C specification that can be used to dramatically improve the accessibility of DHTML widgets and rich interaction patterns (like drag and drop). This talk provides practical tips and design patterns for using ARIA to create accessible user interfaces that work across all of the various combinations of browsers and assistive technology that support ARIA.

Additionally, this talk will focus on the tools and methodologies developers need to test ARIA in order to ensure the best possible user experience.

About Todd Kloots

Frontend engineer working on the YUI library, talking about More accessible user interfaces with ARIA.

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