Real World Accessibility

After a successful outing in Birmingham in May, we're bringing this one day accessibility workshop to London on 8th August. The main thrust of the day is to get away from a dry, box-ticking approach to web accessibility, and closer to what you really need to think about and do to produce accessible sites.

The same cast of speakers - Bruce Lawson (external link), Ann McMeekin (external link), Pat Lauke (external link), Grant Broome, Ian Lloyd (external link) and myself - will each present a 40 minute session, and sit as a panel for open questions. If Birmingham was anything to go by it should be another great day.

The event is being organised by my company, Champion IS, in association with Public Sector Forums. Despite their monicker, and unlike last time around, this event is open to all and sundry, not just public sector delegates.

Full details of the day are available on the CIS website (external link), with online booking via the PSF site (external link).

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I really enjoyed the course in Birmingham and thoroughly recommend it to anyone who wants to know how? as well as why? In answer to one of the questions that came up on actually seeing someone using a screen reader. Check out link to video from: http://www.doit.wisc.edu/accessibility/video/intro.asp

Posted by: suzette at July 27, 2007 2:33 PM

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