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Realizing the Expressive Potential of Fonts on the Web
See how Adobe Typekit and Adobe Edge Web Fonts are unlocking a full spectrum of typographic emotion previously accessible only to print designers. During this session, you'll learn about using web fonts to achieve a broader range of expressiveness without sacrificing accessibility, maintainability, and performance. Join Sean McBride, engineer and web developer on Typekit, as he:• Shares examples of great work using web fonts• Examines the history of typography on the web• Digs into the @font-face rule and the CSS specifications that make web fonts possible• Discusses the unique constraints and challenges of using web fonts• Demonstrates integrating web fonts from Typekit and Edge Web Fonts into a web page
Ten Commandments of Modern Web Design
Thou shalt ship. Thou shalt iterate. Love thy reader as thyself. Like their biblical predecessors, the ten commandments of modern web design can inspire us to be and do better. Learn to think noncanonically about responsive layouts, to avoid bearing false visual witness, to keep the content holy, and more.You will learn:• New techniques for turning your readers into your community (and why you need to do so).• Why usability and accessibility aren't enough—to achieve your business goals, your site or application must entertain.• Why good may be the enemy of great, but great is the enemy of shipping—and why shipping may not be everything, but sometimes it's the only thing.
How to conform to PDF standards
Show: Acrobat XI Tips & Tricks
In this tutorial, learn how to create and validate PDF documents so they conform to various standards like PDF/A, PDF/X, PDF/E, and PDF/VT. Accessibility standards such as PDF/UA and WCAG2.0 are also covered. Some of the features in this tutorial are only supported using Acrobat XI Pro.
Create Accessible PDF Files for People with Disabilities
Acrobat XI helps simplify the creation and verification of accessible PDF documents that need to meet PDF/UA and WCAG 2.0 standards.
Creating Accessible Content on the Flash Platform
Show: MAX 2011 Develop
Learn how to tap into the many accessibility features the Adobe Flash Platform has to offer. Flash Player, Flash Professional, and the Adobe Flex SDK have integrated support for screen readers and other assistive technology to get you started, as well as keyboard and captioning support, allowing you to build applications that are easier for everyone to use.