speaking at Real World Accessibility Workshop / london / 8 august

following on from the success of my previous Public Sector Forums event in may, i'm taking part in the Second Real World Accessibility Workshop at the Barbican, London, 8 august 2007.

this time, the workshop isn't limited to people working in the public sector ... anybody is welcome.

once again, i'll be in good company, with my partners in accessibility crime Bruce Lawson, Ann McMeekin, Ian Lloyd and Dan Champion himself also running sessions.

while at the previous event i talked about Managing and educating content editors, this time around i'm tackling another subject close to my heart:

Too much accessibility - good intentions, badly implemented

HTML offers many features and attributes that can make your sites more accessible...but only if they're used wisely. Can there really be "too much accessibility"?

23/06/2007 at 12:09:58
presentation conference workshop london accessibility