Join us for an “Ask Me Anything” panel discussion with Amber Hinds, CEO, Chris Hinds, COO, Steve Jones, CTO, and Raghavendra Satish Perry, Accessibility Specialist at Equalize Digital. This WordPress Accessibility Meetup will be an open question-and-answer session on a wide variety of topics related to web accessibility. We’ll discuss building accessible websites, accessibility testing, selling accessibility to clients or internal stakeholders, and more.
Have a question you want answered? Submit questions below or bring them to the meetup.
These meetups take place via Zoom and are live captioned. You must register to attend via Zoom.
Amber is the Founder & CEO at Equalize Digital, a website accessibility consulting/accessible website development firm. She is working to build a more equitable web for people of all abilities. Amber is also the organizer of the WordPress Accessibility Meetup and WordPress Accessibility Day conference.
Steve Jones is Owner and Chief Technology Officer at Equalize Digital. Steve has developed highly custom WordPress websites for clients in the enterprise business, higher ed, and government sectors while also being an integral part of developing Equalize Digital’s accessibility auditing software, Accessibility Checker.
Chris Hinds is Owner and Chief Operating Officer at Equalize Digital. Chris is a business manager with over 15 years of experience coordinating and executing complex, high-budget efforts in various industries. He is responsible for all company finance, HR, and sales efforts.
Raghavendra Satish Peri
Raghavendra is a digital transformation specialist, working with small and large enterprises in the areas of digital accessibility and digital marketing. He authors an accessibility blog at DigitalA11Y.com and frequently partners with Equalize Digital on accessibility audits.
Thank you to our sponsors:
This meetup will be held virtually over Zoom and live captioned, thanks to our sponsors. Slide links will be provided when applicable, and presenters are encouraged to make slides as accessible as possible with alternative text for images, etc.
We’re working to secure sponsors so that we can offer ASL interpretation.
All are welcome to attend. If you need specific accommodations to make this meetup work for you, please contact us and we will try our best to accommodate you.
By RSVPing to this meetup, you agree to abide by these guidelines. If you have concerns that the Online Code of Conduct is not being followed, don’t hesitate to get in touch with an organizer.