Julie Grundy & Zoë	Haughton

Julie Grundy & Zoë Haughton Senior Digital Accessibility Consultants Intopia

WCAG 2.2 - What it Means for Designers

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WCAG 2.2 - What it Means for Designers

Many of the new WCAG 2.2 criteria have implications for designers – think graphics, focus states and interaction. Find out what it all means for your work as a designer.

Julie Grundy & Zoë Haughton

Julie has over 15 years experience as a front-end web developer in the health and education sectors. She believes in the democratic web and aims to unlock digital worlds for as many people as possible. In her spare time, she knits very slowly and chases very quickly after her two whippets.

Zoë has a background ranging from web app development, human interaction design through to secondary education. Her role is varied and involves consulting, QA and auditing, usability testing and accessibility training for clients throughout Australasia. She is a passionate about raising awareness for the need for digital products to be accessible and usable for people with disabilities.

Code of Conduct

For over a decade, we've worked hard to create inclusive, fun, inspring and safe events for the Web Industry.

As part of our commitment to these values, we've adopted a code of conduct for all involved: ourselves, our speakers, our partners and our audience.

If you have any concern or feedback, please don't hesitate to contact us.