Google I/O 2011: Accessibility: Building Products that Everyone Can Use

Google Learning
Brad Green & Erin Rosenthal

Whether your users are blind, deaf, dyslexic, or simply driving a car, making apps accessible provides a richer experience for all. Using examples and demos, we’ll give you an overview of what it means to make web and Android applications accessible. You’ll see that accessible doesn’t mean boring.

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