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Accessibility Thinking for Publishers
Having an accessible website is vital to allow your content to be seen and engaged with by anyone who wants it. It can be daunting, but there are inroads you can make at whatever stage your website is at, and whatever your technical acumen. This webinar will detail quick and easy wins to improve the accessibility of your website, with no or minimal code. This can include ensuring all images have alt-tags, menus and headers are set up appropriately, and more! We'll also go into general accessibility concepts that might take a little more work, but be very effective in the long run. Participants will come away with concrete next steps to test and improve their organization’s site.

Oct 24, 2019 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Kevin Fodness
Director of Software Development @Alley
Kevin Fodness is the Director of Software Development at Alley. Kevin leads Alley's JavaScript practice, developing everything from front-end data visualizations to full-stack JavaScript applications written in React and Node. He has delivered JavaScript customizations to the front-end and editorial experience for Time Inc., as well as a full-stack data visualization tool for the National Science Foundation. He earned his PhD in Science and Technology Studies from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2016, with a focus on web accessibility.
Pattie Reaves
Principal User Experience Developer @Alley
Pattie Reaves is a Principal User Experience Developer at Alley on the data visualizations and interactives team. She has more than 10 years of experience building websites with WordPress and Drupal. Prior to Alley, Pattie came from the world of newspapers, where she worked as an editor producing digital storytelling, managing a volunteer blog network and running audience analytics.