Tim Berners-Lee is noted as saying “the power of the web is in its universality." The web was meant to be a great equalizer for everyone - whether you are situationally, temporarily, or permanently disabled. After all, you never know when you might break your arm or have to order pizza while holding a child.

This talk will go over why things like inclusive design, user experience, and programming for accessibility aren't just good practices, but why they are essential to helping make the web a better place for everyone. You'll leave this session with greater knowledge of how to design and develop with accessibility in mind.