Web forms are very important in web projects. Your visitors contact you, order products, filter results or subscribe to your newsletter.
To have a good conversion on your forms they need to be robust and work flawlessly. Also for people that rely on assistive technology like a screen reader or voice recognition software.
Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) is a set of HTML5 attributes and can help to give feedback on what is happening in a form. Thus, making your forms fully understandable .
Rian will demonstrate this with a couple screen reader demonstrations. You’ll get better understanding of how screen reader users fill out a form and which information they may miss. And how to do it the right way.
This talk is for front-end developers who want to understand what ARIA can do and how to improve their work.