Elsa Vane has spent her life thinking about and advocating for disability rights. She’s written and taught extensively about the subject and now works at Pluralsight as an Accessibility Specialist, helping to assure our products, websites, and meeting spaces are accessible to our employees, partners, and users.
In this conversation, Adam and Elsa discuss what accessibility looks like by the letter of the law as well as what organizations can do that extends beyond that bare minimum.
Elsa offers tips and suggestions for developers about how they can assure the content they create is accessible to all and discusses how thinking about accessibility can drive creativity as well.
After listening to this discussion, be sure to check out some of Pluralsight's many courses on accessibility in action.
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