In June 2019, Apruve had the honor of hosting a meet up about online accessibility. We got to have the pleasure of Corbb O'Connor speak on the topic and it was absolutely fantastic.
Accessibility is something that not only needs to be talked about more, but needs to be implemented more. Take the time to view Corbb's presentation today. We learned so much, and we hope you will too!
Apruve Meetup June 2019 Video:
Slide deck - If you'd like to follow along with the presentation, download the slide deck here!
Video transcript - If you'd like to download a transcript click here!
About the speaker
A user of assistive technology for 13 years, Corbb has led more than 600 presentations about accessibility across the U.S. and Canada, and he is an active advocate for people with disabilities. As a kid, Corbb taught himself the web programming languages of HTML, CSS, PHP and MySQL so he could build a resource hub for webmasters. Before joining the Copenhagen-based software company Siteimprove as its Accessibility Testing Operations Manager, Corbb led the accessibility initiatives connected to U.S. Bank’s recent rebranding campaign. While studying Economics and Political Communication at The George Washington University, Corbb filed stories for the public radio show Marketplace and WAMU, an NPR-member station. Corbb lives in Minneapolis, is trying to teach himself to kayak, and is an experienced cowboy (yes, really).