Joe Clark “Sharing the Secrets of Web Accessibility” - one day workshop / 1 September 2005 / London

Creating accessible web sites is no longer an option, it’s a necessity. During this one-day workshop, we’ll teach you how to create accessible sites that work in the real world.

Joe’s advice will help you overcome those tricky areas that most developers get stuck on. He’ll also let you in on many of the little secrets he’s picked up over the years that will help you build accessible sites more quickly and easily.

The day will be full of the tips and tricks that will save you crucial time when designing a standards-compliant site for either yourself or your client. The area of accessibility is a minefield for the developer. This one day workshop will tell you what you need to know, why you need to know it and how to implement it. By the end of the session you will feel confident in saying to any client ‘I can make your site accessible’. For a full breakdown of the day’s content see the schedule below.

This session assumes you have a working knowledge of web standards and basic familiarity with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, published by the W3C in 1999.

If you have any questions or if you prefer to pay by cheque or require an invoice, email

See the full details of Joe Clark’s workshop for a complete schedule and booking information. Only 40 seats available, so make up your mind quickly. If you’ve never seen Joe speak in person, this is a must.

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Posted by Patrick H. Lauke on Tuesday, August 16, 2005

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