Accessibility for All: Making the Internet Work for Everyone

Webinar Length: 62 Minutes
  • Why accessibility matters
  • Improving SEO rankings through accessible practices
  • Practicing inclusive design from the beginning
  • What the web is like with a screen reader


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About This Event

Advocating for accessibility is the job of every website developer, designer, and owner. Website accessibility means that the website and all of its technologies are optimized for every user, and these standards are no longer optional. Websites that are not accessible run the risk of legal action and the loss of potential customers. 

Join Kevin Fodness and Christina Deemer of Alley, and Carolyn Shannon of Pantheon, as they walk through best practices for making your website more accessible and how these small changes can improve your overall business.



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Kevin Fodness Headshot

Kevin Fodness

Director of Software Development
Alley Interactive


Christina Deemer Headshot

Christina Deemer

UX Developer
Alley Interactive


Carolyn Shannon Headshot

Carolyn Shannon

Manager of Technical Documentation

Accessibility for All: Making the Internet Work for Everyone

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