Dac training – Digital accessibility centre
Personally, I feel like I didn’t learn a tremendous amount in this workshop but one thing that really stood out to me is seeing how a personal with real disabilities makes use of technology to assist them with navigating a webpage.
What people usually associate disability with...
When disability is talked about, the average person usually thinks about one kind of disability only - a person who sits in a wheelchair and can’t walk.
The truth is, someone does not need to be in a wheelchair to be disabled.
As website designers, we think about so many different factors, but often making them accessible is at the bottom of our priority,
Best design, techniques, code samples.
Accessibility is ensuring that all web based platforms and applications are accessible to ALL regardless of ability or age.
On the bus back home to Cardiff after a few busy days at Cloud Native London!
If you haven’t spotted my previous blog post already: (Cloud Native London Preparations), then be sure to read it now as this post is a follow-up post to that post.
Last week I took a visit to London to attend a tech conference called Cloud Native London 2019 to learn more about the state of Cloud Native Development; Including the tools that are being developed by the community and how different organisations are implementing such tools into their work flows.
My week ahead in London (23/09/2019 to 27/09/2019):
This week I’ll be travelling to London to attend a tech conference called Cloud Native London 2019. Cloud Native London is a 3 day event which was established to discuss all things Cloud related.
Cloud Native London is an event I’ve been looking forward to attending for the the past 5 months, since discovering a meetup event called “Cloud Native Wales” in my hometown (Cardiff if you didn’t know already).
In this blog post I want to discuss my plans for the week and what I hope to get out of attending the event.