It won’t be long now before I go across the pond to a conference organised by my good friend Jeremy Seda. The theme is Accessibility and I will be delivering two talks:-
“Making Accessibility Work” and “We Can Make A Difference”
So if you are in the area and want to come along that click on the link below:-
Sitting in Weatherspoons at Heathrow Airport, London waiting for my flight to JFK. Excited about the above event which has an interesting line up of speakers All I can add is from a user – personal approach of hard experience of trying my best to solve individual problems.
Over the last 10 years I have seen the importance of doing that. Solving each disabled person’s problems. Tech has been getting simpler but we still have not acheived the goal yet of fully integrated solutons (in my opinion). We are getting there and I want to explain and show some of the possible ways to develop that way of thinking. Some of the things we need to think about relates to what doesn’t work when it should and how we can make help guides written from a user point of view rather than a techy point of view or maybe both to square the solution!
I don’t think there will be an online , remote element but I will keep watch for it.
Wish me luck!