Code4libBC Day 2 lightning talk notes! Continue reading “Code4libBC Lightning Talk Notes: Day 2”
Notes from the first day of talks at the 6th annual Code4libBC unconference 2018. Continue reading “Code4libBC: Lightning Talks Day 1”
Notes from day 2 of Code4lib BC talks. Continue reading “Code4libBC Day 2: Lightning Talks Notes”
Notes from the first day of lightning talk presentations at Code4lib BC. Continue reading “Code4libBC Day 1: Lightning Talk Notes”
As part of an introduction to the fifth annual Code4libBC unconference, I did a brief talk on the history and community of Code4lib and Code4lib BC. Continue reading “Code4libBC Lightning Talk: Code4lib(BC): What It’s All About”
After years of prepping and months of writing and editing, I finally published my first article!
The article is focused on accessibility and assumes that you are a web developer or can understand web development to at least an intermediate level. The idea was to fill a bit of a gap since so many accessibility guides focus on the most basic, usually content bits, and we wanted to go a step further.
Published July 18, 2017 in Issue 37 of the Code4Lib Journal, authored by myself and Michael Schofield: A Practical Starter Guide on Developing Accessible Websites.
This was originally published in the November 2015 issue of the BCLA Perspectives newsletter. The original article was meant to be a short published piece in order to encourage more attendance and participation in the next Code4LibBC unconference. Continue reading “Code4Lib is for you, for me, for everyone”
I taught a workshop last week on doing usability on a budget. Usability is such a big topic that it’s impossible to cover everything in just 3 hours, but it’s a quick overview of how to put some of these methods into practice in a low cost, low resource way.
These are the notes I have along with all the links and such. Continue reading “Code4LibBC Workshop: Usability On a Budget”
I’ve had some people ask to see my application since I was a recipient for one of the 2012 Code4Lib diversity and minority scholarships mostly just to see what kind of information they might include since the application requirements are fairly open. Continue reading “Code4Lib 2012 Gender Diversity and Minority Scholarship Application”
For this presentation, I decided to speak more broadly on accessibility (rather than focus specifically on web accessibility), partly because it’s so short (5-10 minute lightning talk) and partly due to the fact that despite it being a “Code4Lib” regional, we wanted to promote cross collaboration across all skill and knowledge levels. I still used a technology example, but had physical space related examples as well. Continue reading “Code4LibBC: Shifting Perspectives: From Disability Accommodation to Universal Design”