Often, web developers wanting to implement an accessible solution, start googling and pick one of the top results without wondering about the quality and the reliability of the source.
In order to address this kind of needs and provide fire-tested solutions to developers, the “Access for All” foundation from Zurich, came up with the idea of building an Accessibility Developer Guide (ADG), with detailed information from accessibility-caring developers, tested by real users with special needs (like blind, motor-impaired, etc.).
Liip, along with other major Swiss web agencies, accepted the challenge and contributed to what has become a great, and probably unique project. In the presentation, we will discover what the ADG is about and how it could help you with your everyday work.
Frontend developer & accessibility expert at Liip