Composing tables for Universal Accessibility

Tables are too often created the wrong way: sometimes they lack content, sometimes they are too complicated to understand, sometimes they are even misused. This comes with a cost for accessibility: the content of the table is difficult to understand, or not accessible at all.

This presentation will give an overview of good and bad ways to create tables: how to prepare the content, how to organize and fill in headers and cells. Using practical examples, well and wrong created tables will be shown and commented to educate the participants on how to do it right.