A little over a week to go before A11y Camp 2018 starts in Melbourne, and we are all getting very excited!
We have an extraordinary program of presentations on digital accessibility and inclusion, including four distinguished keynotes and a further 12 talks in two streams, delivered by practitioners right at the coal face of accessibility in Australia. ... A11y Camp 2018 - Conference, Workshops and Much, Much More
Providing the final element of a truly stellar conference program, expert New Zealand accessibility advocate and popular speaker Jason Kiss has been confirmed as the twelfth and final speaker at our A11y Camp 2018 conference in Melbourne next month.
We can confirm one more speaker has been added to the conference program for A11y Camp 2018.
Zoe Paleologos, Senior Project Officer at the Australian Human Rights Commission, will speak about the Commission’s Human Rights and Technology project, which aims to explore the impact of technology on our human rights.
We have released a short video of highlights from last year’s A11y Camp, to give people an idea of what transpired in 2017 and the sort of thing they can expect this year.
Captions are available.
Please do share the highlights video among your colleagues and contacts through your work and social networks.
We are delighted to announce two more speakers have been confirmed for our A11y Camp 2018 conference program.
As it happens, these two speakers (or three, actually), like several others at A11y Camp this year, come from a section of the digital design and development community that is critical to the full adoption of accessible and inclusive design.
One of our wonderful event sponsors, Intopia, is co-hosting an event in Sydney on Monday 15 October featuring two of our A11y Camp 2018 keynote speakers.
Together with the Sydney Web Accessibility and Inclusive Design Meetup, Intopia is hosting a panel discussion titled Legislation, Policy and Practice for Digital Inclusion as ... Side Event: Sydney Panel Discussion
It’s time for us to announce two more A11y Camp 2018 speakers, and a fascinating pair they are.
How we understand disability and accessibility is, without question, changing. The notion that people with disability are a tiny slice of the community for whom we must do “special things” is largely, and thankfully, outdated.
Good news! While we’d hoped to announce up to four more A11y Camp speakers today, we’re still waiting on some final confirmations and presentation details, so we can tell you about our next two exciting speakers.
It’s especially exciting as the speakers in question are well known Telstra API & Platform Evangelist and general dev-gamer-geek-about-town Steven Cooper, plus ... Two More Conference Speakers Confirmed
We’ve already released information on our four fabulous keynote speakers and our four wonderful workshops.
Now, we’re delighted to announce our first four main conference speakers.
Do click through for details of their presentations.
We’re proud and pleased Australia’s Disability Discrimination Commissioner Alastair McEwin has been confirmed as the fourth invited speaker for A11y Camp 2018.
While Commissioner McEwin’s educational background is in arts, law and business administration, he also brings a wealth of personal and professional experience with disability. He has been the Executive Director of Community Legal ... Alastair McEwin to Deliver Fourth Keynote
The A11y Camp 2018 lineup has expanded with the addition of a new workshop!
We’re very excited to announce that esteemed Australian CSS master, web standards champion and (not coincidentally) accessibility wiz, Russ Weakley will be leading a full-day workshop for A11y Camp 2018.
Introduction to ARIA is “a detailed look at WAI ARIA, a ... Russ Weakley to Lead ARIA Workshop
Early Bird Registrations open today for A11y Camp 2018 in Melbourne on 17-19 October.
While the full program of speakers will be announced after the Call For Proposals has closed on 20 July, registrations are now open.
We can also announce and open for registration three awesome workshops on Wednesday 17 October and Friday 19 October, ... Early Bird Registrations Open
The latest high profile accessibility expert to join our lineup of invited speakers at A11y Camp 2018 is US consultant, author, trainer and speaker Karl Groves.
Karl has developed a global reputation as an assertive and articulate advocate for accessibility, and can be relied on to deliver presentations that inspire web professionals to not just meet their ... Karl Groves Joins A11y Camp Speaker Lineup
Mark has 25 years of hands-on experience in the technology and assistive technology field. Widely regarded as one of the leaders of 508 accessibility in the US, Mark manages a ... Ablegamers' Mark Barlet Confirmed to Speak
We’re excited to announce that our first confirmed speaker is US disability rights lawyer Lainey Feingold.
Lainey Feingold has worked in disability rights since 1992, and opened her own law office in 1996, from where she represents disabled people seeking full participation in all society has to offer. Her principal work ... Lainey Feingold Confirmed for A11y Camp
We can confirm the venue for this year’s conference will be Rydge’s Melbourne (CBD).
A11y Camp 2018 will take place over two big days on 17 and 18 October. The first day will be given over to workshops, a choice of masterclasses focused on lifting your accessibility skill levels.