A user group about accessibility and inclusive design.

Meetups

  • Meetup #6

    March 4th 2019 Talks No more excuses: getting to the first 30% Tim von Oldenburg, Senior UX Engineer at ResearchGate Only 30% of accessibility issues on a website can be caught by automated testing, according to the GDS accessibility team. But those 30% are a great baseline to operate from, and we should strive to make…

  • Meetup #5

    December 11st 2018 Talks WCAG 2.1 : quick overview and slow digestion Aurélien Levy, Accessibility expert and CEO of Temesis During this talk, Aurélien will quickly present the new success criteria of WCAG 2.1 avoiding jargon terminology. Using concrete examples he will tell us what it changes in term of design or development. On the menu,…

  • Meetup #4

    September 1st 2018 Talks Beyond translations — technical, logistical and cultural constraints of an international online shop Matthias Kentzia, Product Manager at Project A Going international can reap huge financial benefits for a company. But internationalising your product is not as simple as just translating a couple of texts. In order to make it accessible, you…

  • Meetup #3

    May 17th 2018 Talks Da Vinci KeyCode — Keyboard navigation in the age of the touch screens Develoger, Frontend Developer at Smava Mass consumption of the Internet started with a click. At least that is true for the lucky majority of the population who either have no issues with their eye sight or just don’t like…

  • Meetup #2

    March 20th 2018 Talks Web Accessibility Principles and how we break them Lucas da Silva, Frontend Developer at HelloFresh Lucas will go through the four principles of Web Accessibility, show how we may break them, and instigate key questions we can ask ourselves in order to build inclusive products. Better development strategy for web accessibility –…

  • Meetup #1

    January 16th 2018 Talks Wheelmap.org – Mapping the accessibility of places with the help of people and technology Svenja Heinecke & Sebastian Felix Zappe Since Wheelmap was launched in 2010, a mapping crowd consisting of thousands of people from all over the world has contributed more than 830,000 ratings on the wheelchair accessibility of public places.…