CSUN AT Conference 2020

We will be in Anaheim for the CSUN 2020 Conference from March 11 – 13. If you will be there we would love to connect in person.

Sessions presenting

Pope Tech and WebAIM will be presenting on the following topics.

Using “Big” Data to Understand and Address Web Accessibility

Jared Smith – WebAIM
Wednesday March 11 at 3:20pm, Grand D

Analysis of wide-scale accessibility data, such as the WebAIM Million evaluation of 1,000,000 home pages, can help transform efforts toward making web content more accessible.

4 Years of National Web Accessibility Data: Status & Trends

Cyndi Rowland – WebAIM, George Joeckel – WebAIM
Thursday March 12 at 11:00am, Grand D

Four years of web accessibility testing are shared from a nationwide sample of University Centers for Excellence in Disability, their host institutions and state governments.

Do State Policies Increase Web Accessibility? (2020 Update)

Mark Pope – Pope Tech, George Joeckel – WebAIM
Thursday March 12 at 1:20pm, Elite 1

A longitudinal study comparing web accessibility errors of public websites from three states with different policy approaches to website accessibility.

Decoding “Label” and “Name” in WCAG

Jonathan Whiting – WebAIM
Thursday March 12 at 2:20pm, Platinum 9

Learn how WCAG defines “label” and “name,” how to meet the WCAG 2.1 “Label in Name” requirement, and the hidden dangers of ARIA labels.

Screen Readers and CSS: Going Out of Style and Into Content

John Northup – WebAIM
Friday March 13 at 4:20pm, Orange County 2

Through live demonstrations, participants will learn how various CSS declarations affect content exposure and reading order in several popular screen reader/browser pairings.