My Slides for Inclusive Design 24 for Global Accessibility Awareness Day
This morning I had the pleasure of presenting at the free online Inclusive Design 24 hour webinar by The Paciello Group as part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day. As promised, my slides are embedded here for you, or you can go directly to SlideShare to see them.
Correction: I cited the wrong third-party Twitter client on slide 53. Easy Chirp has supported low vision users for years and also has support for the new image descriptions.
The advantage of using YouTube via Google Hangouts to live stream the session is that the talks are available immediately afterwards on YouTube. By the time you read this (if it’s a couple hours after I posted it) you should also be able to access closed captions for the video.
There is also a playlist of all the talks, but I’ll link you to my talk and you can navigate the playlist from there.
Makayla Lewis did a sketchnote of my talk!
Spending lunch live sketchnoting Inclusive Design 24 (#ID24) Fringe a11y (techniques that shouldn't be) . . #Sketchnotes #Doodle #Sketching #Art #drawing #DoodleADay #illustration #ArtJournal #DoodleArt #Sketchbook #artistsoninstagram #DailySketch #Instaart #doodlersanonymous #sketchnotes #handlettering #brushlettering #graphicrecording
Of course, I have to embed some tweets about my talk and others. Who needs Storify when you can just embed?
@aardrian chihuahua-burrito… nom— mallory, alice & bob (@stommepoes) May 19, 2016
COMIC SANS FOR THE FUCKING WIN, @aardrian. STOP YOUR DISPARAGING AND FUD— mallory, alice & bob (@stommepoes) May 19, 2016
yay ShittyStairs makes an appearance. It's like a div ARIA'd into a button, on fire.— mallory, alice & bob (@stommepoes) May 19, 2016
Hidden bonus to #ID24: getting to see what all my coworkers' workspaces look like ;)— Billy Gregory (@thebillygregory) May 19, 2016
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