Real World Accessibility London
We had a re-run of our Real World Accessibility event last week, this time at the Barbican in London. The day went off extremely well, and the feedback has been excellent.
For those of you who attended here are links to some of the resources that were mentioned during the day's proceedings, if I've missed anything please let me know and I'll add them:
- User-defined accesskeys
- Expanded links for screenreader users (view source for details)
- CastingWords podcast transcription
- Browsercam and fundable to make it more affordable
- Colour contrast analyser Firefox extension at Juicy Studio
In a slight departure from the Birmingham event we set aside 30 minutes for exhibitor presentations, and an hour before lunch to discuss the possibility of forming a public sector web management group.
This latter idea has been met with a generally positive response, and a forum's been setup at pswmg.org.uk to facilitate discussions at this very early stage. If you're involved in the web in the UK public sector in any way at all please drop by, register and let us know what you think.