Coolfields Consulting Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

I’m Taking Part in Inclusive Design 24

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I’m taking part in Inclusive Design 24 – a 24 hour event for Global Accessibility Awareness Day – 15th May 2014. I shall be presenting a webinar on how to test the accessibility of your own website.

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Video: How Do I Know My WordPress Website is Accessible?

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In February 2014 I presented to WordPress London Meetup Group on some easy checks that anyone can do on their own websites to help make their WordPress website accessible. And here is the video of my presentation, along a with a transcript, the slides and the list of questions. When doing accessibility testing I often […]

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My Next Presentation at WordPress London

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On Thursday 20th February 2014 I’ll be presenting again at the WordPress London Meetup Group. My presentation is entitled ‘So, How do I Know if my WordPress Website is Accessible?’, and yes, it’s the one I delivered at WordCamp London in November 2013.

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WordCamp London – A great experience

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Brief write up of the first WordCamp London which took place in November 2013.

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Another two accessibility presentations in November

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I’m currently preparing for another two accessibility presentations during November 2013. It’s been a busy autumn so far on my tour of meetups and other events.

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WordPress and Web Accessibility: Why It’s Important – WordCamp UK 2012

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A brief summary of my presentation to the annual WordCamp UK event – covering aspects of accessibility and how it relates to WordPress. Can WordPress be used to create an accessible website? And what about the accessibility of the WordPress Admin screens.

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e-Inclusion Awards 2012 Now Open for Registration

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The EC e-Inclusion Awards 2012 are now open for entry. The awards recognise efforts made to get everyone in Europe using digital technology.

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Accessibility London 2011 Presentations

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Brief write up of my presentations from the recent Accessibility London Unconference.

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Accessibility London 2011 Unconference is Coming Soon

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The Accessibility London 2011 Unconference will be held on Wednesday 21st September 2011.

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Evolving Standards in Accessibility 2011 – Part 2

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Part 2 of my write-up of the Evolving Standards in Accessibility 2011 event – held the Covent Garden offices of BCS (Chartered Institute for IT) on 25th May 2011.

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