A11y Camp

Where human spirit and technology meet

17-19 October 2018
Melbourne, Australia

Australia’s premier conference on accessibility and inclusion

Conference Over

Thank you to everyone who attended, spoke at, presented a workshop at, sponsored, volunteered for and helped organise A11y Camp 2018.

A11y Camp was an outstanding success, and demonstrates a clear need for events like this to continue to bring together all people committed to creating a more accessible and inclusive world.

Supporting materials will be progressively added to presentation and workshop pages, which may include slides, speaker notes, videos, web links and downloadable resources. Some are already online.

We’ll now consider the feedback we’ve received, and think about how we might improve next year’s event.

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A11y Camp 2018 - Conference, Workshops and Much, Much More

Conference Update

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. ... Read the rest of this article »A11y Camp 2018 - Conference, Workshops and Much, Much More

Jason Kiss Confirmed as Final A11y Camp Speaker

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’re privileged to have Jason cross the ditch to give us his perspective on WCAG 2.1, the extended ... Read the rest of this article »Jason Kiss Confirmed as Final A11y Camp Speaker

Another Speaker Announced - Program Almost Complete

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.

“For 1 billion people with disabilities in the world, technology ... Read the rest of this article »Another Speaker Announced - Program Almost Complete

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