Tickets

  • Full-day pass for the barcamp (Saturday, November 16th) including coffee, tea, softdrinks and possibly small snacks throughout the day. Please consider raising the pay-what-you-want price to your liking and capabilities — you'll help us add more valuable features to the event ❤️
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  • Like the Standard ticket above but by purchasing one of these you'll unlock a free ticket for someone else who can't afford buying a ticket on their own. In addition to supporting the community you'll earn a bunchload of karma! 💕
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  • Forms are the #1 method for users to interact on a website — with the site owner or with each other. Forms are how content is created and how visitors convert to customers. Forms are how work is performed during our jobs. Despite their importance, usability and accessibility issues with forms outnumber all other issue types. During this full-day workshop attendees will learn how to design and develop more usable accessible forms – from design to development.
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  • It is easy to get lost in the requirements for accessibility, the needs of people with disabilities and intricate specific workings of assistive technologies. I addition there’s lots of jargon around that does makes picking up accessibility hard.
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  • Full-day workshop for product managers, designers / UI / UX, frontend developers, copywriters, mobile developers: The importance of accessibility and inclusivity, Planning content and design with accessibility in mind, Building accessible web and mobile sites and apps, Tooling and continuous testing
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  • In some countries making inaccessible websites is already illegal. Section 508, European Accessibility Act and other federal or regional laws require websites to be accessible. That's why more and more companies prefer their websites to be accessible and it's our job to make them accessible. In order to test websites for accessibility, we need to learn some new tools, such as a screen reader.In this workshop, you will dig into screen readers and learn how to use a screen reader of your choice (JAWS, NVDA or VoiceOver) for testing accessibility of your websites.
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  • Often accessibility is an afterthought in the development of new content, products and services. This is not enough and can create a bad customer experience for people with disabilities. In this workshop, you will learn how to put aspects of accessibility right in the center of your core product instead, which will benefit all users. Raul and Holger will bring many practical examples for content creators, website and mobile app developers and everybody who builds products with users in mind.
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  • Roughly said, in the past 25 years we have been designing websites mostly for people who design websites. This means there is an incredible body of knowledge when it comes to designing for people who use their computers in a similar way as we do. But if we want to create truly inclusive websites, expertise in ourselves is not enough. We also need expertise in designing interfaces for people who are excluded. This expertise is lacking. During this half-day workshop we are going to work with the question: What if we design websites exclusively for (and with) people with disabilities?
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  • Workshop for beginners / intermediates, suitable for people with basic accessibility knowledge (web editors, designers, developers, product owners). With a few basic tests, it is possible to get an indication of what the major easy-to-find accessibility issues are on a website. Learn how to do a quickscan of any website, be it your own private site or your company's.
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