In Agile, getting the team to self-organize so that they take on the work best suited to their skillset helps to keep work flowing through the team. What happens though when accessibility related work needs to be completed? Who is responsible for taking on work that they might not be familiar with or have the skillset for?
DEVit is a 360 conference, held in Thessaloniki Greece. It encompasses all aspects of web production, from infrastructure and architecture, through to design and development. I had the honour to deliver the opening keynote, and of course to talk about accessibility.
GAAD: I wish I’d known… To celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day, and inspired by Billy Gregory’s talk “Things I Wish I Knew When I Started in Digital Accessibility”, we’ve asked our accessibility engineers for things they wish they’d known when they started out in accessibility. Léonie Watson: I wish I’d had somewhere like the A11y […]
London Web Standards is an established and popular meetup for web professionals. The meetups cover a broad range of topics including design, development, UX and accessibility, and this month I had the opportunity to talk about SVG accessibility.