Accessibility UK (a partnership between Accessibility London, Accessibility Leeds, Accessibility Manchester, Accessibility Nottingham, Accessibility Scotland and Bristol Inclusive Design & Development) is pleased to announce our event for Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2021. Please join us on Thursday 20th May 7-9 PM (BST) for a talk and panel discussion where you can ask questions to our speakers.
The Little Book of Accessibility (Gareth Ford Williams - Co-Director of The Readability Group)
Drawing on 16 years experience in digital accessibility at the BBC, this talk is a collection of observations, affirmations, quotes and the like that summarise some of Gareth’s epiphanies and learnings that every accessibility manager needs to get to grips with. This is not about guidelines, techniques, patterns or research, but something more fundamental and akin to the truths behind the tools and techniques we use everyday. These are themes that could form the basis of an accessibility strategy for any organisation as they are about approaches or perspectives to common specific accessibility issues. This talk is not about specifics such as semantics or tab ordering, but written to help organisations understand why these things are important and even how accessibility can be self-sustaining.
We have a fantastic lineup of speakers all ready to discuss and debate your accessibility questions.
Carys Llewellyn (Digital Accessibility Consultant at Incllewsion).
Robin Barayuga (Graduate Accessibility Specialist at The Hut Group).
Sofea Wong (Graduate Accessibility Specialist at The Hut Group).
Liam O’Dell (Freelance Journalist and Campaigner).
Holly Scott-Gardner (Social Policy Student and Usability Assessor).
Crystal Preston-Watson (Quality and Accessibility Engineer at Salesforce).
Caren Launus-Gamble (KreativeInc Agency).