Does accessibility have to be perfect?

A session at The 27th Annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference CSUN 2012

Thursday 1st March, 2012

10:40am to 11:40am (PST)

As accessibility becomes an ever more challenging aspect of development, this panel seeks to understand whether perfection is the goal we should be aiming
for.

About the speakers

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Léonie Watson

Digital accessibility consultant, @AccessTalk podcaster, tequila drinker & book junkie. bio from Twitter

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Lisa

Research & Strategy of Inclusive User Experiences: A hybrid of traditional UX & accessible design practices. I design for diversity Co-founder of @InclusiveUX bio from Twitter

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iheni

Sino-hippie, kickboxer, Chinese foodie. Does web, mobile and video accessibility currently for BBC. Has heels can travel. Tweets are my own yadda, yadda... bio from Twitter

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Lady Moonan

Accessibility enthusiast! I favour a user centered approach. Accessibility Chair at UPA UK. Whippets & Siouxsie Sioux fancier. bio from Twitter

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Sarah Lewthwaite

Research Associate in Student Experience @ King's College London. South paw tweeting a11y, Disability Studies, Edtech & Social Media & Higher Ed bio from Twitter

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Time 10:40am11:40am PST

Date Thu 1st March 2012

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