January 9, 2009 Focusing on Flash Content - Our 2009 CSUN Presentation

In the past two years, Mitsue-Links has made presentations at the International Conference on Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference (also known as CSUN). This conference, hosted by California State University, Northridge, is one of the largest and longest standing conferences whose topic is technologies that assist persons with disabilities.

We are very excited that we will have another chance to make a presentation at this year's conference, which will be held March 16-21 in Los Angeles. In this year's presentation, we will focus on Flash content and how to make it meet the WCAG 2.0 accessibility guidelines, W3C's newest Web contents accessibility guidelines. Also, we will demonstrate how accessible Flash content can benefit screen reader users.

If you are planning to join this CSUN 2009 conference, please reserve a seat for our session WWW-2023 and think about the accessibility of Flash content with us. Our one hour presentation will begin on March 18th at 1:50 PM. We look forward to meeting you at CSUN 2009.

How to make your Flash Content accessible and WCAG 2.0 compliant

Presenters: Kazuhito Kidachi, Katsutoshi Tsuji

Short description: This presentation will introduce how to make Flash content accessible and compliant with WCAG 2.0, W3C's newest Web accessibility guidelines for Web content.