WordCamp Toronto Slides: Selfish Accessibility
As promised, slides from my talk this morning at WordCamp Toronto:
I like audience feedback, moreso when it’s positive. I’ve also added some general tweets about the accessibility track.
"It's easier to cook a turkey than it is to install Window updates." — @aardrian— Chris Van Patten (@ChrisVanPatten) November 15, 2014
First session today at #wcto, the room so rapt with speaker that motion sensors turned off lights partway through from lack of movement.— Adrian Roselli (@aardrian) November 16, 2014
I spent Saturday in the accessibility track (I missed one talk, sadly). There was some overlap on general themes, which I think was good. Overall, anyone who visited one talk still got a common baseline, while those who stayed for the day had the core accessibility information reinforced across speakers.
I was thrilled I got to present in the same track as Billy Gregory and Karl Groves, also known as The Viking and The Lumberjack. These guys know their stuff.
- Monika Piotrowicz, Web Accessibility – A feature you can build
- Karl Groves, Next-gen A11y Testing Tools
- Billy Gregory, Use ARIA Now!
- Sean Yo, Fixing Inaccessible Content