Bad Accessibility Happens – That Doesn’t Have to Be The End

Avoidance is not the answer—bad accessibility will still be there, losing you users and creating bad will. We’ll go through examples of what not to do and how to fix problems. We’ll also talk about compromises that can be made to appease stakeholders and others.

About Lindsey Dragun

Lindsey Dragun (drag-uh n) is a technology evangelist and former full-stack developer who transitioned into tech after earning an MA in International Peace & Conflict Resolution. They have a passion for accessibility across tech and teaching others how to better improve the usability of their applications. In their spare time, Lindsey plays video games, volunteers with local tech meetups, and will go out of their way to pet a dog.