UX & Accessibility, by Frank Cervone
had to get his slides later, couldn't see them from seat in session.
Need to think about the totality of the experience, not just one part of it. Keep it simple and intuitive!
Check out baddesigns.com
Lots of the regular usability tips - fonts manageable, watch color collisions, alt tags for images, avoid "click here" - (death to click here!!)
There are several assistive technology checkers for web pages - Drupal gets good rankings for accessibility but check the sites anyway.
webs.purduecal.edu/webaccessibility - great collection of usability resources!!
PDFs are a real a problem for accessibility... eep.