Maria Korneeva talks with Craig about ways developers can be more aware of accessibility issues in their web sites and apps, how to test accessibility issues, and tooling for viewing the accessibility tree.

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const podcast = { 
  episode: 232,
  title: 'Web Accessibility',
  topics: [ 
    'Accessibility', 'tooling', 'issues'
  guest: 'Maria Korneeva'
  hosts: [
    'Craig Shoemaker'

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  • 00:40 Guest introduction
  • 00:58 Biking through Europe
  • 02:17 How did you get into working with web accessibility?
  • 03:17 What does accessibility mean to you?
  • 04:40 What's a myth of accessibility?
  • 07:13 Sponsor: Ag Grid
  • 08:16 What things would be harder on the accessibility list?
  • 14:39 How can software teams fight for accessibility?
  • 19:38 What tools do you use to develop with accessibility in mind?
  • 23:50 What about linters for writing code with accessibility?
  • 27:18 Sponsor: IdeaBlade
  • 28:16 What are common accessibility mistakes people make?
  • 34:50 Final thoughts

Podcast editing on this episode done by Chris Enns of Lemon Productions.