It’s official – I’ll be speaking at WordCamp Minneapolis 2013 on April 27th, talking about WordPress and Accessibility. Speaking locally is pretty rare for me, so I’m really looking forward to meeting some other local WordPress people at the event. Oh, and the learning. That, too.
The official description of my talk, in the ‘Continuing Education’ track, is:
Covers a wide range of accessibility topics including but not limited to implementing best practice accessibility in theme building, discussing current progress and goals from the WordPress Accessibility P2 group, and address general principles of accessibility that might be of interest to WP developers and designers.
The organizers of the WordCamp are still setting up their speaker matrix, so I don’t yet know yet what my target audience will be — so this is a good time to think about who wants to learn!
Integrating Accessibility with WordPress is a broad topic — and the description reflects it. Are you attending WordCamp Minneapolis (just say yes) and have something you really want to know? Let me know in the comments or via Twitter! I’m listening!