Zoe was just in Charlotte to speak at the Charlotte UX Meetup Group about web accessibility initiatives. We had Maria and Jay there to do a quick interview with her to talk about her newest book and what she’s been up to lately.
Zoe has worked with making websites meet accessibility goals for some time now and is currently an accessibility specialist for AT&T located in North Carolina. Maria asked her a few questions about an accessible approach using liquid site design vs. static – Zoe’s answer was a lot simpler than you’d think when you start to consider accessibility – which is what she does best, that is to make it easier, which is just great!
About: Zoe Gillenwater
Zoe Mickley Gillenwater is currently an accessibility specialist for AT&T. She is the author of the book(s): Stunning CSS3, Flexible Web Design: Creating Liquid and Elastic Layouts with CSS and the video training title Web Accessibility Principles for lynda.com. Zoe is also a member of the Web Standards Project (WaSP) Adobe Task Force and was previously a moderator of the popular css-discuss mailing list. Find out more about Zoe on her blog and portfolio site or follow her on Twitter.