In this meetup, we will discuss strategies for creating accessible tech writing that everyone can understand and use. We will explore common barriers that users may face when accessing technical information, and how to write in a way that is inclusive and easy to understand for all. Whether you are a technical writer, developer, or designer, this meetup will provide valuable insights and practical tips for improving the accessibility of your tech writing.
We will also learn the accessibility principles that make a big difference to your users, including color contrast, touch target size, and content labeling.
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Senior Mobile Software Engineer
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Senior Mobile Software Engineer @ Manulife, Google Developer Expert for Android, Organizer at GDG-Montreal and write articles about Android and Kotlin. Apart from his day-to-day job, He spends his time learning new technologies/frameworks. During his free time, he loves to read history-related books.
Editorial Project Manager
Director of Curriculum
Mozilla Research | Mixed Reality Team | Mozilla TechSpeaker
Software Developer turned Developer Advocate 🥑
👉 Entrepreneurial at heart and a team player recognized for impassioned approach and colorful ideas.
👉 Proficient in data analysis, presentation and management of data.
👉 Recognized for outstanding performance in teamwork, innovation, leadership and productivity.
Deepa is a GDE in Web Technologies. She enjoys building frontend and full stack applications and is also passionate about cloud technologies.
An experienced Software Engineering professional with over 4 years of experience delivering effective backend web applications that are fast, data-driven, and scalable, restful APIs, database integrations, deployments, and DevOps practices. AbdulKabir is also an Innovative and award-winning Community Management Professional with multiple skills and experience across program management, communications (writing, speaking, presentation), product and relationship management.
Chryssa Jones is an educator, a web developer, and a curriculum designer. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree, with honors, from Hawaii Pacific University and a professional certificate in Web Development from the University of California San Diego. Her professional work includes developing technical curriculum for novice engineers and creating applications that support indigenous language normalization and culture-based education. Her professional background also includes extensive experience in higher education administration and teaching, data analysis, small-business and retail management, manufacturing and operations, community development and public speaking, writing and editing, marketing, travel and event planning, and theatrical production. She volunteers her time as a Women Techmakers Ambassador and a Google Developer Groups Leader, is involved in community politics and neighborhood events, has a commercial pilot’s license, and loves to fly, travel all over the world, and spend time with her family. When she's at home and has some downtime, she's often gardening, cooking, reading a book, or relaxing at the beach.
Rabimba Karanjai is a full time graduate researcher, part time hacker and FOSS enthusiast. He is working with Mozilla Research Mixed Reality team on WebVR. He also is a Mozilla TechSpeaker and Google Developer Expert on Web Technologies (WebXR). And would love to chat with you on VR,AR,Security and openweb over a cup of coffee or bottle of beer
GDG Lead & WTM Ambassador
GDG Founding Organizer