Join us as Raghavendra Satish Peri, founder of DigitalA11Y, certified Professional in Web Accessibility (CPWA), and screen reader user, shares his approach to website accessibility auditing and how he documents problems found so that developers and content creators can fix them. In this presentation, Ragavendra will test a real website, discuss problems he finds, and demonstrate his process for documenting problems in a spreadsheet format.
If you’re considering adding manual accessibility testing to your service offerings, this talk will provide a peek into one professional’s approach with takeaways that you can apply in your own auditing business.
This meetup is part of a series where we provide live feedback to WordPress plugin and theme developers. Our goal with these meetups is to provide useful feedback to developers so they can improve the accessibility of their products and, in turn, all of the websites that use them. Want your product tested? Contact an organizer.
These meetups take place via Zoom and are live captioned. You must register to attend on Zoom.
Raghavendra is a digital Transformation specialist, working with small & large enterprises in the areas of digital accessibility & digital marketing. He authors an Accessibility Blog at DigitalA11Y.com & is galvanizing the adoption of accessibility by inspiring the local tech community with meetups and mentorship.
Raghavendra propelled this thought by founding HelloA11y.com, a community of accessibility professionals, developers, and enthusiasts. When away from his computer, Raghava can be found at local cafés & restaurants sampling cuisines, attending local meetups, listening to audiobooks, or writing on his Personal Blog at raghava.in.
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This meetup will be held virtually over Zoom and live captioned, thanks to our sponsors. Slide links will be provided when applicable, and presenters are encouraged to make slides as accessible as possible with alternative text for images, etc.
We’re working to secure sponsors so that we can offer ASL interpretation.
All are welcome to attend. If you need specific accommodations to make this meetup work for you, please contact us and we will try our best to accommodate you.
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