Web Accessibility London 2012 (a11yLDN'12)


19 September 2012 from 10am to 4pm

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a11yLDN is a 1-day event that will take place at City University London on 19th September 2012 (10am to 4pm). The mini-conference will have a deaf and hard of hearing theme, as it is believed they are a widely under-represented population within web accessibility. However the unconference will also consider the wider-disability population.

The event will be structured with short presentations that have ‘longer’ discussions, i.e. a place for people to learn from each other. Workshops will be also offered to give attendees the opportunity to try out existing, new and emerging assistive technology.

It will be directed at end-users, web designers and developers (web accessibility and user experience), editors and authors, accessibility specialists, universities and companies, charities and more specifically the movers and shakers of web accessibility. So come along and find out what's happening in web accessibility!

Tickets are FREE and will be released in 4 rounds:
1st round (early bird): 30 August at 12noon
2nd round: 3 September at 12noon
3rd round: 13 September at 12noon
4th round: 18 September at 12noon

14 known attendees

  • Dr Makayla Miranda Lewis
  • Morena Fiore-Kirby
  • Jon Gibbins
  • Joshua Marshall
  • Rik Williams
  • Nick Freear
  • Kimberley Tew
  • Barbara Cassani
  • Jamie Knight
  • ☯Evil Jim O'Donnell
  • Warren Posner
  • Jonathan Hassell
  • CoolfieldsConsulting
  • Marcus Tucker

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  • Léonie Watson
  • Katarzyna Stawarz
  • Tony Scott
  • Anna Walters
  • Nick de Voil
  • Patrick Sansom
  • Yesol Kim
  • Johan Huijkman
  • Simon Whatley

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