You bring the drugs, and we’ll tell you about real-world accessibility at the second Real World Accessibility Workshop (by popular demand after the success of the first).
- Ann McMeekin AKA “Pixeldiva” of the RNIB on “How disabled users use the web”
- Patrick “Herb” Lauke on “Too much accessibility – good intentions, badly implemented”
- The Tom Jones of the access world, Grant Broome, on “GIS, PDF and other monsters in the closet”
- The John Holmes of ex-local authority webmasters, Dan Champion, on “Quality assurance – testing, monitoring and maintaining accessibility”
- The rakishly handsome and debonair Ian Lloyd on “Real world examples of common accessiblity cock-ups in the wild”
- .. And yours truly, introducing the day with “Web Accessibility: What, Why, How, and Who Cares?”
This time, it’s open to all – not just public sector workers. Note that we’re not trainers or theorists; we all work, day in and day out, on making real websites accessible.
Tell them I sent you on the booking form – they buy me a pint for every referral, and I’ll snog you afterwards. With tongues.
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