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Overlays Underwhelm at WordPress A11y Day

I presented this talk for the 2022 installment of WordPress Accessibility Day, a model very much influenced by the ID24 event — 24 hours solid of online talks. I have embedded the video here, though this encompasses six session. The video should be cued up to my session. You can…

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role=dice for #a11yTOgaming

I had the pleasure / terror of presenting a table-top RPG presentation at this year’s accessibility Toronto gaming (#a11yTOgaming) event. My 0riginal PowerPoint presentation, which includes my speaker notes / ignored script as well as the videos (79MB). Or grab the much smaller video-free tagged PDF (13.2MB). The background for…

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Overlays Underwhelm at ID24

Owing to a last minute cancellation, I had the pleasure of presenting at Inclusive Design 24, a live streaming 24-hour solid conference. In the interest of full disclosure, I am also an organizer and a sponsor. I had to step away from hosting duties to give the talk and then…

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Overlays Underwhelm: a11y NYC

Following is the live stream of the talk from YouTube. Owing to Fat Tuesday, I stepped away from a feast of gumbo, jambalaya, red beans & rice, and etouffee to give this talk (and went back for king cake immediately after). Which explains the beads. Which, it turns out, were…

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Overlays Underwhelm: Web Directions AAA 2021

A collection of images, videos, tweets, articles, and links referenced in my talk for Web Directions AAA 2021. This may not make much sense if you did not attend the talk. Or even if you did. Intro I had the title before I had the content. I tried to shoehorn…

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What Matters Podcast

The open source collaboration platform Mattermost invited me to be a guest on its What Matters podcast for the episode What Matters – Episode 28 – Accessing Accessibility with Adrian Roselli. You can probably guess the topic. I am particularly pleased with this announcement from Mattermost that came with the…

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13 Letters Podcast

Not an April Fool gag. I was invited to the 13 Letters podcast to discuss the world of accessibility overlays. The title of the episode makes it pretty clear: Adrian and the Overlays We recorded it mid-January, or before the Vice (People With Disabilities Say This AI Tool Is Making…

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Slides: Prototyping Accessibility for Booster 2019

Direct link in case the embed does not work. I also mentioned some resources at the end of my talk: How to Meet WCAG 2 (Quick Reference) Intopia Launches WCAG 2.1 Map Inclusive Design Principles Inclusive Design posters from Barclays Tweets Some people tweeted about my workshop. I also tweeted…

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Tags: accessibility, slides, speaking, standards, usability, UX, WCAG

Slides: Mind Your Lang at London Web Standards

Tonight I had the pleasure of returning to London Web Standards to speak (I was there last April). I presented a deep dive into the lang attribute, a topic for which developers have been begging for a deep dive. Or not. Anyway, the slides as promised (or view the slides…

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Slides: Inclusive Usability Testing — WordCamp London

I came back to London to speak at WordCamp London, and as before it did not disappoint (I spoke last year). The crowd is great, the WordPress core folks who put up with me are gracious, and the accommodations from the organizers are ace. If the embed is wonky or…

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CSUN 2018: Everything I Know About Accessibility I Learned from Stack Overflow

I would like to note that my audience was so riled up from my talk, that two guys flipped a table. It was awesome. Or view the slides on Slide Share. Related Links Stack Overflow Developer Survey Results 2018 — Disability Status Bookmarklet to add link underlines to Stack Overflow…

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