A Beginner’s Guide to Web Accessibility

This last week I found out the Tuts+ released the video course I’ve working on for half a year, so I thought I’d put together a quick post plugging it. Without further ado I give you “A Beginner’s Guide to Web Accessibility.” Psyched to get this out and extremely appreciative to everyone responsible in getting it there including anyone whose brain I may have picked will putting it together.

A Beginners Guide to Web Accessibility

Also, here’s a link to a GitHub repo of notes/links/etc regarding Web Accessibility. If it’s not on this blog or in the video course, it will be in the repo.

I don’t like to promote myself too much, but figured I’d toss this on here in case anyone was interested.

If you have any interest in web accessibility and are curious about the subject feel free to shoot me a message at johnbhartley@gmail.com or using the contact form on this blog.

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John Hartley is a Director of Product Engineering at Beam Dental in Columbus, OH. With 7+ years of leadership experience he has worked in startups, agencies, and began his career as a freelance Front End Developer. Always looking to iterate, this blog is a place for him to share his knowledge as well as hone his craft, challenge assumptions, and build a strong base of leadership and management knowledge. Connect with him on LinkedIn

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