🎉 Join our special Flutter Meetup! Bid farewell to an exciting year with an insightful talk by Krzysztof Krasiński-Sroka on Flutter's Semantics tree. Learn to enhance accessibility for visually impaired users, elevate your app's game, and make a positive impact. Krzysztof, a renowned Flutter developer, shares practical insights and tips for crafting inclusive applications. Don't miss this chance.
Jan 9, 4:00 – 5:30 PM
About this event
We're thrilled to invite you to our special Flutter Meetup! As we bid farewell to another exciting year in the Flutter community, we've lined up an insightful talk that you won't want to miss.
Join Krzysztof Krasiński-Sroka as he delves into the world of accessibility in Flutter. In his talk, "How does your Flutter app sound?" he'll demonstrate the power of Flutter's Semantics tree. Discover how integrating the Semantics tree with screen readers like VoiceOver or TalkBack can significantly enhance the user experience for visually impaired users. Get ready to elevate your app's accessibility game and make a positive impact on a broader audience.
Krzysztof is a Flutter developer known for his expertise in creating accessible and user-friendly applications. With a passion for inclusive design, Krzysztof brings a wealth of experience to the table. Join us as he shares practical insights and valuable tips to empower you in crafting Flutter projects that prioritize accessibility.
Don't miss this opportunity to level up your Flutter skills and contribute to a more inclusive digital landscape. Our celebration isn't just about learning; it's a chance to connect with fellow Flutter enthusiasts, reflect on the year's achievements, and enjoy a festive atmosphere.
Let's wrap up the year on a high note with Flutter, accessibility, and good company! 🚀✨
Secure your spot by RSVPing now! We can't wait to see you there! 🎊
How does your Flutter app sound? - Krzysztof Krasiński-Sroka
Step up your accessibility game with Semantics! In this talk I will show
how Flutter's Semantics tree can be used in conjunction with screen
readers, such as VoiceOver or TalkBack, to provide a better experience
to visually impaired users.