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Accessibility Club Summit 2019

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16th to 17th November 2019

in Berlin, Germany

Part of the Accessibility Club series

2-day community summit for developers, designers & accessibility enthusiasts, jointly run by a11y meetups from all over Europe

Berlin, Nov 16th-17th, 2019 — mark your calendars!

Five years after the very first Accessibility Club and one year after our first conference it's time to celebrate that accessibility matters seem to have become a bit more mainstream! More and more a11y topics appear on the stages of non-specialised conferences and many new meetups have formed in the last few years, like the A11y Meetup Berlin, the Munich Accessibility Meetup or most recently the Accessibility Club Turku (some more are in preparation).

As we are, for several reasons, not able to run a full-blown conference in 2019, we thought it's a good time to try something new and more community driven: Let's gather at the first Accessibility Club Summit where meetups from all over Europe come together, share their experiences and get new input to keep them thriving.

Like in the years before, we're teaming up with the wonderful beyond tellerrand // BERLIN 2019 conference and run the summit as a side event on the weekend right after.

Barcamp + Workshops

While this is not set in stone yet, we're planning to run the summit as a 2-day event: 

  • Day 1 is all about conversation and sharing experiences! Barcamp-style sessions with possibly a handful of prepared presentations for all attendees, pretty much like we had at the Accessibility Club Meetup #8 in Düsseldorf.
  • Day 2 is for learning, expanding our knowledge and putting into practise the ideas we could collect on day 1. Open workshops about developing and designing accessible websites and digital content.

Read more on the Accessibility Club Summit 2019, about how you'd benefit as an attendee and / or a meetup organiser and how you could support as a sponsor, over at our Summit website

Let's make this the biggest meta meetup the accessibility scene has ever seen!

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  • Avatar of Radimir Bitsov

    Radimir Bitsov @radimir-bitsov

    lives in Berlin, Germany

    Radimir is a front-end engineer with a passion for web performance, accessibility, and interface animation. He is a follower of the clean, intuitive, and engaging UI / UX standards. As a self-learner, he is looking every day to expand and share his knowledge and skills.

  • Avatar of Manuel Matuzovic

    Manuel Matuzovic @matuzo

  • Avatar of Núria Peña

    Núria Peña @nuriapena

    lives in Munich

    Interaction designer currently working @Holidu

  • Avatar of Adrian Bolonio

    Adrian Bolonio @bolonio

    lives in Vienna, Austria

    My name is Adrián Bolonio. I’m an experienced Frontend developer and Web Team Lead, focusing now in Web Accessibility (a11y), and since 2012 I'm living and working in Vienna. When I’m not at the office I enjoy a good read, working my way through any delicious recipe, and indulging my love for travelling to new places.

  • Avatar of Joschi Kuphal

    Joschi Kuphal @jkphl Organizer Pro

    IndieWeb architect, Designer, Developer, Mentor & Event organiser

    lives in Nürnberg, Germany

    Joschi is an interior designer, programmer and restless tinkerer from Nuremberg.

    He's working on the web since the mid 90s, founder of tollwerk and the Open Device Lab Nürnberg, IndieWeb enthusiast and author of several of Open Source tools. Since 2013 he launched several event series like the border:none and Material conferences, the Accessibility Club and the CoderDojo Nürnberg. He's running IndieWebCamps, the Homebrew Website Club Nürnberg and is one of the driving forces behind the Nürnberg Web Week.