Selfish Accessibility at Buffalo Unconference
Yesterday I presented a stripped-down version of my Selfish Accessibility talk at Buffalo Unconference. With an unknown audience and a 20 minute timeline, I gutted most of the technical bits and focused on my thesis. I think it was well received.
At the end of the talk, I pointed people to the version of this talk I gave for Avega Group last month in Stockholm, as it has (many more) slides (with more detail) and video of me rambling. That longer talk is a bit of a disservice to those who don’t want to hear me drone on for an hour and a half as well for those who aren’t technical.
With that, here are the slides from yesterday in all their concise glory.
The conference produced just two tweets to satisfy my ego:
Great shot of how excited @aardrian was for his talk on #accessibility in design @BufUnconf #BufUnconf pic.twitter.com/vVQTpunpsX— Peter J. Cimino (@peterjcimino) April 19, 2015
Selfish accessibility by Adrian Roselli. Speaking about doing it now for your future self. @BufUnconf— Pete Milizia (@pmilizia) April 18, 2015
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