10 ways to help Accessibility at Conferences as a speaker

Hey friends! Wedding planning is starting to heat up with five months left to go. I was pretty ambitious about my writing schedule when I started my second year of blogging. I figured I had so much more free time on my hands versus what I had six month…

Hey friends! Wedding planning is starting to heat up with five months left to go. I was pretty ambitious about my writing schedule when I started my second year of blogging. I figured I had so much more free time on my hands versus what I had six months ago. But I didn’t account for the timeliness of my wedding and my other goals. Whoops. This blog is a work in progress, just like me. Anyways, about a month ago, I presented at a11yTO conference. It was the first time that I had spoken in a while. It reminded me of how much I’ve learned about accessibility beyond the web. Speaking at an accessibility conference forced me to think about my speaker tendencies. For example, I tend to forget words when I’m nervous. I wanted to make sure I wasn’t unintentionally excluding people due to my nerves…
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