Using the W3C ARIA Authoring Practices Guide 1.1 to Build Accessible Web Resources

Jon Gunderson and Nicholas Hoyt

Division of Disability Resources and Educational Services

jongund@illinois.edu

Presentations

February 15, 2017

2017 IAAP Webinar Series

Slides

  1. Overview
  2. Brief History of ARIA: Problem
  3. Brief History of ARIA: Purpose
  4. Brief History of ARIA: Contracts with browsers and assistive technologies
  5. Brief History of ARIA: Authoring Practices
  6. Section 3: Landmark Regions
  7. Landmarks Example
  8. Section 2: Design Patterns and Widgets
  9. Section 2.15: Menu Button
  10. Menu Button Example
  11. Section 4: Developing a Keyboard Inteface
  12. Section 4.1: Fundamental Keyboard Navigation Conventions
  13. Section 4.2: Discernable and Predictable Keyboard Focus
  14. Section 4.3: Focus vs. Selection and the Perception of Dual Focus
  15. Section 4.4: Deciding When to Make Selection Automatically Follow Focus
  16. Section 4.5: Keyboard Navigation Between Components (The Tab Sequence)
  17. Section 4.6: Keyboard Navigation Inside Components
  18. Section 4.7: Focusability of disabled controls
  19. Section 4.8: Keyboard Shortcuts
  20. Section 6: Intentionally Hiding Semantics with the presentation Role
  21. Section 7. Roles That Automatically Hide Semantics by Making Their Descendants Presentational
  22. Accessible Name and Description: Computation and API Mappings 1.1
  23. Next Steps for ARIA Authoring Practices Guide
  24. Open Source Tools Supporting the Requirements of the ARIA Authoring Practices
  25. Questions and Discussion