Ka Li

Accessibility and Usability Consultant, National Network for Equitable Library Service

Ka Li is an accessibility and usability consultant in the area of digital access. He works with a variety of organizations such as NNELS, Microsoft and Google, to make sure that their products and services provide an outstanding experience for everyone that goes beyond compliance. He is a huge advocate for universal accessibility especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math. Occasionally, Ka teaches assistive technology to blind and visually impaired folks online and in-person. Outside of work, he enjoys practicing Krav Maga.

Ka's Sessions

The User’s Perspective: Accessibility Features in Action

Auditorium BC
Get a firsthand look at how an ebook’s accessibility features are used by people with print disabilities. Accessibility testers Karoline Bourdeau, Daniella Levy-Pinto, Ka Li, and Steve Murgaski from the National Network for Equitable Library Service have generously donated their time to show ebookcraft attendees how ebooks are used (or can’t be used) in real […]