The September 2011 UK UPA event focused on designing inclusive experiences. Kath Moonan invited me to dispell some of the myths, and talk about the role that accessibility plays within a UX practitioners toolkit.
Posts Tagged ‘MeetUps’
Posted on March 21st, 2011 in Real life.
The California State University Northridge 26th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, referred to simply as CSUN, was an extraordinary few days. People from all over the world gathered to share knowledge and discuss ideas. Here are a few highlights from the web stream.
The February 2011 London Web Standards event focused on accessibility, best practice and harsh realities. With a smart set of slides courtesy of Tom Waterhouse, my talk brought together a cast of screen readers to explain how they work on the web, and how they’re dealing with emerging technologies like ARIA and HTML5.
Posted on September 27th, 2009 in Real life.
Accessibility 2.0 is a one day conference hosted by AbilityNet. With six presentations and two panel discussions, topics ranged from mobile interface design and accessibility beyond the desktop, through to HTML 5, WAI ARIA and Silverlight accessibility.
Posted on September 20th, 2009 in Real life.
Standards.Next is an informal meetup hosted by Opera, and attended by anyone with an interest in web standards and beyond. On Saturday 19th September focus turned to one of the most unchartered areas of user experience: Cognition and Accessibility.
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- RT @shepazu: Interestingâ€¦ Microsoft Open Tech has written a patch for Firefox to add pointer events is.gd/UdP68l #PointerEvents 39 mins ago
- Thanks :) RT @dequesystems: Great post from @LeonieWatson about the importance of #accessibility when it comes to #UX bit.ly/14GpSUe 5 hours ago
- MT @dboudreau: Take a look at the “BBC’s Mobile Accessibility Guidelines” Â» is.gd/gb44cE Fantastic work by @iheni and @IanPouncey 6 hours ago