Practical Web Inclusion and Accessibility
December 5th, 2019
The internet has allowed us as a society to explore previously-deemed impossible speeds of connection and knowledge. What the internet still lacks as we approach a new decade in 2020 is ubiquitous accessibility for all. Inclusivity grows more crucial as the internet has become a central part of nearly everybody’s work life and social life. New Apress release Practical Web Inclusion and Accessibility has arrived as a comprehensive guide to help us achieve this.
Author Ashley Firth is the Head of Front-end Development and Accessibility at award-winning energy supplier Octopus Energy. In Practical Web Inclusion and Accessibility, he addresses key disabilities and hurdles to web accessibility. This book is a comprehensive guide for designers, developers, UX professionals, and more. It includes code examples that showcase adaptations to each disability. Firth also covers the latest technologies that can be deployed to address access needs, such as natural language processing and smart home devices.
Whether you are kicking off a new web venture or seeking practical ways you can robustly improve the accessibility of your existing projects, Practical Web Inclusion and Accessibility readies you with immediately applicable real-world examples and expert tips. It is more vital than ever that accessibility needs are made a top priority in the web experiences you help create. Arm yourself with the most up-to-date knowledge so that no one is left behind.
Practical Web Inclusion and Accessibility is available now from Apress!
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