Guelph University has just wrapped up its 10th annual accessibility conference. I returned to present my talk Everything I Know about Accessibility I Learned from Stack Overflow. There were, as always, many other great talks, but I often find myself having equally great hallway conversations with other attendees.
I have posted my slides, though it is worth noting that without the context of my running narrative they may be a bit confusing. If the embed below does not work, view the slides directly at SlideShare.
I collected a few tweets from my talk, which follow.
Everything I know about accessibility I learned from stack overflow. With such a title, how could I skip this session? #AccessConf2018