Presentations

Australian Accessibility conference (Online, December 2020)

You talkin' to me?

The front end is changing. It's no longer something we have to push, tap or click. It has quite literally taken on a voice of it's own, and using technologies like Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML), the Web Speech API and (maybe one day) the CSS Speech module, we can create Alexa skills, Google Home actions, and web applications that sound a lot more interesting than you might think!
Presenter
Léonie Watson
Slides
You talkin' to me? (HTML)

FWD20 (Online, June 2020)

Accessibility & inclusive design in the production lifecycle

Humans are remarkable; we come in many gloriously different configurations and we're adaptable and resilient. Inclusive design enables us to create products and services that are every bit as adaptable and resilient as the people who'll use them - but how do we make this happen?
Presenter
Léonie Watson
Slides
Accessibility & inclusive design in the production lifecycle (HTML)

A11yTO Camp (Online, May 2020)

You talkin' to me?

The front end is changing. It's no longer something we have to push, tap or click. It has quite litterally taken on a voice of it's own, and using technologies like Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML), the Web Speech API and (maybe one day) the CSS Speech module, we can create Alexa skills, Google Home actions, and web applications that sound a lot more interesting than you might think!
Presenter
Léonie Watson
Slides
You talkin' to me? (HTML)

MDX For GAAD (Online, May 2020)

Inclusive Design Principles

It's been almost a decade since the European Union (EU) introduced legislation intended to give people the right to refuse cookies if they wanted. Ever since then websites receiving traffic from the EU have had cookie consent banners plastered across them in all sorts of obvious ways. Unless you use a screen reader that is.
Presenters
Léonie Watson
Ian Pouncey
Slides
Inclusive Design Principles (HTML)

LdnWebPerf (Online, May 2020)

Cookies? What cookies?

It's been almost a decade since the European Union (EU) introduced legislation intended to give people the right to refuse cookies if they wanted. Ever since then websites receiving traffic from the EU have had cookie consent banners plastered across them in all sorts of obvious ways. Unless you use a screen reader that is.
Presenter
Léonie Watson
Slides
Cookies? What cookies? (HTML)
Recording
Cookies? What cookies? (YouTube)

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