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  • This presentation will take a deep dive into how to create an auto-complete search function that is accessible to a range of different users including keyboard-only and screen reader users. Along the way, we will explore important keystrokes and aria attributes that can be used enhance the experience for all users.

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  • Creating custom-designed radio buttons and checkboxes has never been easy. Many developers have found ways of hacking these elements using CSS and JavaScript. but can they also be accessible. The answer is yes, with a little extra effort. This presentation will walk through some simple examples to show how radio buttons and checkboxes can be semantic as well as keyboard/screen-reader accessible.

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  • This talk will look at a range of common application components and how they can be made accessible - quickly and easily - for all users. We'll look at how to notify users when changing the DOM after page load. We will also look in-depth at accessible form validation, modal windows and adding additional information for screen reader users.

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  • Slides from #Respond16, Sydney Melbourne 2016 So, you've built an amazing new web application. It uses all the latest frameworks and libraries. It's beautiful to behold. But is it accessible? Many web applications these days are built on top of pre-existing frameworks or code bases and there is little thought to how well these components will work for different assistive devices. This talk wil...

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  • Almost all web sites and web applications today are heavily reliant on JavaScript to provide rich interactions for the user. But how can we make these interactions accessible for assistive technologies such as screen readers? The answer is WAI-ARIA – and in many cases, the aria-live property. The presentation will explore the use of WAI-ARIA and the aria-live property to alert screen readers to c...

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  • Many developers used to believe that class-free, lean markup and descendant selectors were the answer. Many developers still build websites for a single resolution, or a small range of devices. However, these practices are now being questioned. Where do we stand? What is best practice web development today? Russ Weakley will explore these topics and more... or possibly less...

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  • This presentation for A11yBytes Camp Sydney 2017 takes a deep dive into how to create an auto-complete search function that is accessible to a range of different users including keyboard-only and screen reader users. Along the way, we will explore important keystrokes and aria attributes that can be used enhance the experience for all users.

MAX Design
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  • Creating custom-designed radio buttons and checkboxes has never been easy. Many developers have found ways of hacking these elements using CSS and JavaScript. but can they also be accessible. The answer is yes, with a little extra effort. This presentation will walk through some simple examples to show how radio buttons and checkboxes can be semantic as well as keyboard/screen-reader accessible.

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  • Deep Dive into Line-Height

    At first glance, CSS line-height seems very simple, but there is a lot going on below the surface. Line-height is important for any designer or front end developer to understand as it can impact almost every aspect of our layouts.

  • Building Accessible Web Components

    This talk will look at a range of common application components and how they can be made accessible - quickly and easily - for all users. We’ll look at how to notify users when changing the DOM after page load. We will also look in-depth at accessible form validation, modal windows and adding additional information for screen reader users.

  • Building accessible web components without tears

    Slides from #Respond16, Sydney Melbourne 2016 So, you’ve built an amazing new web application. It uses all the latest frameworks and libraries. It’s beautiful to behold. But is it accessible? Many web applications these days are built on top of pre-existing frameworks or code bases and there is little thought to how well these components will work for different assistive devices. This talk wil...

  • Understanding the mysteries of the CSS property value syntax

    This presentation will reveal the wonders of the W3C CSS property and value syntax. Along the way we will explore the mysterious double pipes, pound signs, double ampersands and more. You will come away a CSS syntax expert, able to understand any CSS property / value syntax no matter how complex... or your money back!

  • Front End Frameworks - are they accessible

    A quick presentation on some of the potential issues with using any framework.

  • Aria-live: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    Almost all web sites and web applications today are heavily reliant on JavaScript to provide rich interactions for the user. But how can we make these interactions accessible for assistive technologies such as screen readers? The answer is WAI-ARIA – and in many cases, the aria-live property. The presentation will explore the use of WAI-ARIA and the aria-live property to alert screen readers to c...

  • Specialise or cross-skill

    Should we specialise or cross skill. That is the question.

  • Accessible modal windows

    A detailed slideshow on making modal windows accessible

  • CSS Pattern Libraries for Front Web Developers

    CSS pattern libraries, and important tool for any front end web developer

  • Responsive Web Design - more than just a buzzword

    A discussion on Responsive Web Design and UX - covering definitions of responsive web design, adaptive, RESS, mobile first and more,

  • Three quick accessibility tips for HTML5

    Three quick accessibility tips for HTML5, including section element, summary attribute and block links.

  • CSS - OOCSS, SMACSS and more

    An introduction to the changing world of CSS. Slides from Brisbane Web Designer Meetup 13 March 2013.

  • CSS: a rapidly changing world

    Extended slides from a recent Sydney Port80 presentation. The slides cover three overall topics: 1) a quick timeline of CSS-related events, 2) key events that changed CSS and 3) a discussion on writing better CSS.

  • Responsive web design

    A presentation on some things to think about when working on responsive web design projects. Presentation given at the Brisbane Web Design meetup - 22 May2012

  • Is everything we used to do wrong?

    Many developers used to believe that class-free, lean markup and descendant selectors were the answer. Many developers still build websites for a single resolution, or a small range of devices. However, these practices are now being questioned. Where do we stand? What is best practice web development today? Russ Weakley will explore these topics and more... or possibly less...

  • CSS3 - is everything we used to do wrong?

    This presentation from Remix 2011 explores CSS3, why we should use it and some of the issues. It also explores the bigger picture. Css resets, frameworks, Object oriented CSS, pre-processors, and responsive web design.

  • The myth of "best practice"
  • CSS Best practice

    A quick presentation on some tips for writing better CSS.

  • CSS3 Media Queries

    Media queries are one of the most exciting aspects about CSS today. They will allow us to change our layouts to suit the exact need of different devices - without changing the content. This presentation explains what Media queries are, how to use them, how to target the iPhone and how to create flexible layouts.

  • Print CSS

    A quick presentation on setting up your pages for print using CSS.

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