Public Sector Forums / London / 8 August 2007
following on from the success of the previous Public Sector Forums event in may, i took part in the Second Real World Accessibility Workshop at the Barbican, London, 8 august 2007.

once again, i was in good company, with my partners in accessibility crime Bruce Lawson, Ann McMeekin, Ian Lloyd and Dan Champion also running sessions.

while at the previous event i talked about "Managing and educating content editors", this time around i tackled another subject close to my heart:

"Too much accessibility - good intentions, badly implemented: HTML offers many features and attributes that can make your sites more accessible...but only if they're used wisely. Can there really be "too much accessibility"?"
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