Join us for the Virtual Government Tableau User Group on Friday, May 12.
- Welcome & Introduction by Cesar Picco & Emily Kund
- Authoring Tableau Content for Accessibility by Kyle Gupton, Tableau
- Accessibility in Tableau by Emily Kund, Tableau Ambassador
- Live Q&A
Do you want your Tableau content to be accessible to the largest number of people possible? Do you work in an environment subject to US Section 508 requirements, the UK Equality Act, or other such accessibility-related laws and regulations? You can benefit bigger audiences with Tableau by understanding and applying the principles and techniques for authoring Tableau content for accessibility. This will give an overview of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), show how to apply these guidelines in Tableau, and features a glimpse at future developments in this area.
Put those accessibility guidelines into practice by implementing these quick tips by Emily so that all people can see and understand the data.
Meet the Speakers:
Kyle Gupton is a director of product development at Tableau in Seattle. He came to Tableau in 2014 after twenty years creating engineering and scientific software at National Instruments in Austin, Texas. His product development organization creates the components and services that back up Tableau’s core visual analysis capabilities.
Emily Kund is a dataviz hobbyist, the Government Tableau User Group co-leader, DC data+women meetup co-organizer, and The Fringe Festival founder.