Category Archives: Accessibility

Speaking Opportunity: CSS Dev Conf 2017

I’m hoping to speak at CSS Dev Conf in New Orleans. I submitted two presentations and the speakers are being chosen by survey. I’ve never seen a conference do this before. The survey is several pages and takes a few minutes to complete. It will be interesting to see how many people interested in the conference (who aren’t wanting to be speakers) actually complete the surveys. Also, the questions are randomized.

Shameless self promotion: If you’re a techie and have a few minutes, go vote high for my two submissions:

ExD: Designing for Exponential Change


Web Accessibility: Making Websites Usable for Everyone

Web Accessibility Presentation 20170224

Will Jayroe speaking at DevNexus 2017I presented Web Accessibility: Making Websites Usable for Everyone at DevNexus!

Web Accessibility is for everyone – it means making Websites flexible enough to meet a broad range of preferences, needs and situations. This includes not only individuals with visual, auditory or physical disabilities but anyone with limited Internet connectivity, temporary disabilities (e.g. a broken arm), or changing abilities due to aging.

Thanks to everyone who attended!

The slides are here: