keyboard accessibility presentation at future of web design tour 2009 in glasgow

on monday, 14 september, i had the pleasure of speaking at the glasgow leg of the future of web design tour 2009 on the topic of Keyboard accessibility - basic steps towards a more usable and accessible site.

the slides are available here in OpenOffice (7.5MB), PowerPoint (7.7MB) and PDF (9.85MB) format. Also, make sure to fact-check the results of my small experiment to find a better CSS outline suppression.

it was great to meet up with the local web design and development community, and i'm glad my presentation – and fellow Opera colleague Bruce Lawson's reprise of his Future of HTML 5 overview – went down well.

many thanks to the fine folks at Carsonified for the perfect venue and flawless organisation, and a special thanks to Andy Clarke and Paul Boag for agreeing to let their sites be ripped apart and used as examples.

this entry was cross-posted to the opera developer network blog

15/09/2009 at 22:11:29
presentation fowd accessibility