Quick Fixes Don’t Fix: Beware False Promises about Accessibility Overlays
A dangerous type of software is invading the digital accessibility space around the globe. Its purveyors promise that you can install ‘one line of code’ and exert no effort and you will satisfy accessibility laws. These promises are false. The software can create barriers for disabled users.
Join 3 accessibility advocates with a combined 75 years in the field to learn about this software and what you can do to help stop its spread.
Founder & President, Tenon.io
Karl Groves is Founder & President of Tenon, an accessibility testing software and consulting company in the United States. He has 20 years’ experience as a web developer, accessibility and usability consultant. He’s also an internationally recognized thought leader, having spoken in over a dozen countries across 5 continents.
Lucy is a blind accessibility evangelist. She loves helping make the world more accessible one web page at a time. She can help easily bridge the communication from end users to developers to make better products.
Disability Rights Lawyer
Lainey Feingold is a disability rights lawyer, an international speaker, and the author of Structured Negotiation, A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits. She has worked in the digital accessibility legal space since 1995.