But it isn’t only Apple who’s doing good. Third-party developers
have a responsibility to incorporate accessibility into their apps
as well, and that’s where WWDC comes in. Apple provides numerous
resources to developers during the conference that help he or she
ensure that their app(s) are as accessible as possible.
The accessibility presence at WWDC is deep and far-reaching; Apple
does much to raise awareness of and advocate for the accessibility
community. Apple this week granted me behind-the-scenes access to
sessions, labs, and developer interviews at Moscone so as to tell
WWDC’s accessibility story.
Steven’s is a great roundup of the numerous ways accessibility was emphasized at WWDC last week. I’ll draw your attention to a few items though: