• 39th CSUN Assistive Technology Conference - March 18-22, 2024 at the Anaheim Marriott

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CSS + Accessibility: Inclusion Through User Choice

Date & Time
Friday, March 22, 2024 - 1:20 PM PDT  
Platinum 2  

Every day we have a series of choices to make. Get up early to work out or hit the snooze button? Double foam mocha latte or decaf green tea? Tabs or spaces? Our choices, even the small ones, shape our identities and help frame how we see the world.

Today we expect multiple options when choosing products and services, but then settle for subpar user interfaces and digital experiences others choose for us. While we designers and developers might have insights into what a user wants, how can anyone truly know what 7.8+ billion people prefer at any given moment?

Thankfully, we don’t need to guess! In her talk, Carie will go over ways to build more inclusive user options by combining the ever-increasing power of CSS media queries with human-focused insights of digital accessibility.

This Presentation Link is provided by the Presenter(s) and not hosted by the Center on Disabilities at CSUN. The Center on Disabilities has confirmed, as of April 18, 2024, content linked is relevant to the presentation, but has not been reviewed for accessibility nor will the Center on Disabilities attempt to remediate any accessibility issues in the linked content. Please contact the Presenter(s) with any accessibility concerns.

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Session Summary (Abstract)
In a world of abundant choices, we often must settle for subpar user interfaces. This talk explores creating inclusive user options using CSS media queries and accessibility insights, eliminating guesswork in design for a diverse audience.  
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Secondary Topics
  • Design
  • Digital Accessibility
  • Web
Session Type
General Track  


  • Carie Fisher

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