Looking back on 2015 and forward to 2016

Last year I changed the focus of my company. I wanted to do web accessibility related work only. The plan was to:

  • build and maintain accessible websites only
  • give accessibility training to web developers and graphic designers
  • help developers and companies fixing accessibility issues
  • give talks on WordCamps and Meetups
  • keep contributing to WordPress

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Working on web accessibility at WordCamp San Francisco 2014

WordCamp San Fransisco 2014 (WCSF14), the place to be if you’re serious into WordPress. Visiting San Francisco with the accessibility contributors team was a week I won’t forget. It was intense, fun, I spoke a zillion people and learned a lot.

WordCamp San Fransisco 2014 (WCSF14), the place to be if you’re seriously into WordPress. Visiting San Francisco with the accessibility contributors team was a week I won’t forget. It was intense, fun, I spoke a zillion people and learned a lot. Continue reading “Working on web accessibility at WordCamp San Francisco 2014”

Jet lag and double Dutch at WCSF14

I’m more productive discussing stuff in writing than in real life. Using Slack (which I love) and posting responses on tickets is a better way for me to get my voice heard.

For me WordCamps are all about meeting, learning, talking and discussing. Last week I was so lucky to be able to visit WordCamp San Francisco 2014 (WCSF14) with the accessibility contributors team.

After the conference there was a discussion day about several topics to improve WordPress and two days of working with different contributor teams to make new plans and work together. This last three days were held at Automattic, which was kind of special.

Graham Armfield will blog about what we did as a team and what our plans are, and I blogged about WCSF14 itself, but here’s what I learned personally.

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