Afternoon sesssion schedule
|Room 1||Tools and resources for accessible design, development and testing||Leadership buy-in, empathy, and politics||Tips for giving an accessibility talk at a mainstream conference|
|Room 2||What should new developers know about accessibility?||Authoring Tools Accessibility Guidelines||How to scale accessibility|
|Room 5||What's missing to future-proof the web?||Reusable accessible components||Making an inclusive (and usable) workplace|
|Room 6||Open source accessible devices||Accessible games panel/discussion||APIs and accessibility|
Morning sesssion schedule
|Room 1||Building in accessibility from the start||Web Content Accessibility Guidelines|
|Room 2||Top 10 engineering mistakes||Eye-tracking game demo and accessible gaming devices|
|Room 5||What is accessibility?||How did people get into accessibility and why?|
|Room 6||Strategies for retooling a site to be accessible||Non-web digital accessibility|
The event space and getting around
Use the Event Entrance at 1000 Fourth Avenue, to the left of the main doors when facing the building, or take the elevator from parking to level 1 to the 4th Avenue entrance.
We'll be assembling in the 4th floor meeting rooms for sessions. The 4th floor has its own restrooms.
We'll have a quiet room on the 6th floor for folks to rest and recharge during the day.
Read the rest of our welcome email here.
Should you need any help at the event or during your time in Seattle, find an event volunteer or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.