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We talk web accessibility with Eliza Greenwood, a digital marketer and co-organizer of Portland’s A11y group. We talk about what accessibility means–who it impacts and why it’s important. Turns out it effects more people then you think. Kristin talks through her tech knowledge of front end development and how to make your code accessibility and more semantic. But we talk the hard talk about budgets and how to educate our clients about this topic and help them see the impact of it on their users as well as their bottom line.

Kristin did attempt to transcribe this podcast, but gave up quickly after spending 15 minutes doing the first 2 minutes of the show.

Show Notes

    3 Comments

    1. Alex Roper
      June 5, 2015

      Couldn’t help but think of this: “Bullshit Overlays” http://bradfrost.com/blog/post/bullshit-overlays/

    2. Eliza Greenwood
      May 12, 2016

      hey hey – so I did end up getting a transcript. It took my VA a few hours to do. It is linked here at my blog post. I had fun with this, thanks Joel & Kristin! http://www.elizagreenwood.com/blog/content-creators-how-to-make-it-accessible

      • Kristin
        May 13, 2016

        That is awesome!! I will post a link for sure