Using Visual ARIA to Physically See and Learn How ARIA Works
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Using Visual ARIA to Physically See and Learn How ARIA Works

On March 23, 2016, "Using Visual ARIA to Physically See and Learn How ARIA Works" was presented at CSUN, the 31st Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, in San Diego, California.

Reference: http://www.csun.edu/cod/conference/2016/sessions/index.php/public/presentations/view/351

The session, "Using Visual ARIA to Physically See and Learn How ARIA Works", included an accompanying outline plus interactive presentation materials to illustrate key concepts, all of which may be found within this archive.

Distributed under the terms of the Open Source Initiative OSI - MIT License.

Developed and maintained by: Bryan Garaventa https://www.linkedin.com/in/bgaraventa Or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bryanegaraventa

Related projects:

AccDC - A Fast Route to Access for Web Applications: https://github.com/accdc/csun-2014

The Accessibility Tree: How ARIA Works: https://github.com/accdc/csun-2015

Using Visual ARIA to Physically See and Learn How ARIA Works: https://github.com/accdc/csun-2016

Static vs. Interactive Widget Roles - Ensuring Proper Functionality in ARIA: https://github.com/accdc/csun-2017