Discussion topic: Darwin Information Type Architecture (DITA), Bob Johnson
Darwin Information Type Architecture (DITA) is a technology that many technical documentation teams use to develop and manage content for end users. In this presentation, Robert Johnson will review the current Web Content Accessibility Guidelines for Accessible HTML and the techniques available when authoring and publishing DITA content to produce HTML that meets these guidelines.
Note: Be sure to bring a government issued photo ID to get in to the building. Parking is available at the Cambridgeside Galleria. We'll send an email to all registered attendees with directions.
The Boston A11y Roundtable is a free event to educate people on web accessibility (making online communications including websites accessible for people with disabilities). The audience is anyone who is interested in accessible technology.
Each month we have a different topic relating to accessibility and host a guest speaker. After the session, we have an open discussion and networking forum.
Are you interested in accessibility? Join passionate developers, media specialists, designers, usability professionals, and accessibility experts to share knowledge and learn at the Boston Accessibility Roundtable.
The Boston A11Y Roundtable meets monthly to discuss online accessibility, including trends in regulations and guidelines, barriers that people with disabilities face online, and techniques for achieving equal access by all for websites, applications, and documents.
The format of the meetings range from speaker presentations, to group case studies, to impromptu discussions, and more. Everyone is welcome to attend! Audience: Developers, designers, usability professionals, accessibility experts, and anyone interested in making content accessible.