February 24-26, 2016
Montreal, Canada

HTML5 for SEO and accessibility

SEO and accessibility share a lot of core principles. SEO represents almost 60% of online traffic coming to most websites. Accessibility aims to help individuals who have difficulties navigating the web. In Canada, nearly 1 in 10 adults are concerned by accessibility standards.

This presentation aims to show how HTML5 can dramatically improve accessibility and what it could mean for the future of SEO.

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Myriam Jessier

ResearchGate

Usually, I see things before they run halfway around the Internet. That's because I work with search engines all day. I spend most of my time playing with search algorithms and optimizing websites to meet a user's needs.

I work on websites to satisfy mobile humans, desktop robots and everything in between.

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