Ladies of Code: Accessibility Workshop
Join us for tech talks and a chance to chat with other ladies who code :)
Intro to Accessibility Testing Workshop
In this interactive workshop, Beverley will give an introduction to accessibility and share some resources. You’ll then have the opportunity to go through a website they created and broke, and have a go at finding the accessibility problems in it.
Issues will range from basic to advanced, so there is something for everyone, regardless of your experience level! This workshop will also involve elements of content, design and code, so it isn’t just for developers!
Please bring your laptops for the exercise, and headphones if you’d like to have a go at using a screen reader. Also, please bring questions! It’ll be a friendly, supportive environment, and there’s no such thing as ‘stupid questions’ :)
Beverley is a front-end developer with a specialism in accessibility, who currently works at the Ministry of Justice. She is a former codebar Oxford organiser and Code First: Girls instructor, and currently volunteers with Three Rings CIC. In her spare time, she likes to watch geese in St James’ park outside the office, watch cute animal gifs on loop and make things with fabric.