Accessibility 2.0, a conference dealing with the impact of the social web on accessibility, comes to London, England, for the second time on the 22nd of September.
Last year's Accessibility 2.0 conference was a great success as it tried to bridge the technology gap between web development and the requirements of accessibility. This is something that should be on everybody's radar as web surfers tend to be older these days. By planning for use cases beyond the fast connection, great monitor, and godlike hand-eye coordination skills, you can make sure that your products can and will be used by everybody. It is annoying to see that a lot of web products block out people with disabilities simply by doing small things the wrong way or by not using web technologies as they were intended to be used.
The topics featured at this conference are diverse and cover the whole range of development and design of web products:
- Keynote: Finite Incantatem neither technology nor accessibility is dark