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About the event

2-day community summit for developers, designers & accessibility enthusiasts, jointly run by a11y meetups from all over Europe · Jun 13th-14th, 2020 · Amsterdam, Netherlands

Schedule

Location

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
Theo Thijssenhuis (TTH)Wibautstraat 2-4
1091 GH Amsterdam , Netherlands
52.3590611 4.9081938
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Hosts

  • Portrait photo of Charlie Owen

    Charlie Owen

    Front-end developer, writer and speaker

    After contracting as a front-end developer in London, and writing code for the front page of BBC News, Charlie is now happily working as a senior FED for Springer Nature in Berlin.

    There she helps make the world of scientific publishing a better place by constructing design systems, banging on about inclusive design, and utilising those wonderful web standards.

    She rides bikes, drinks beer, and quite often says the wrong thing at the wrong time.

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  • Portrait photo of Joschi Kuphal

    Joschi Kuphal

    Designer, programmer, lecturer, event organiser and restless tinkerer from Nuremberg

    Joschi is working on the web since the mid 90s, founded the web agency tollwerk and the Open Device Lab Nürnberg, is an IndieWeb enthusiast and passionate Open Source coder. Since 2013 he launched a couple of 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 used to be one of the driving forces behind the Nürnberg Digital Festival.

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  • Portrait photo of Vasilis van Gemert

    Vasilis van Gemert

    Lecturer in Amsterdam, student in Rotterdam

    Vasilis teaches the next generation of digital product designers how to design things for the web. Preferably things that work for everyone. He does this at the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam. He recently successfully completed the Design Master program at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. During his research he designed tailor made websites for real people with real disabilities. Vasilis has published over 14.000 books about form and colour

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  • Portrait of Marjon Bakker

    Marjon Bakker

    Marjon Bakker is a digital accessibility consultant and researcher. She was trained as a journalist and worked as a web editor. She's been with Firm Ground since 2017, mainly auditing government websites and working with web teams to improve the accessibility of their websites.

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  • Portrait of Sergei Kriger

    Sergei Kriger

    Sergei fell in love with web development back in high school. He got a degree in Information Technologies at the University of Helsinki and has been spending his professional career working for web design studios in Helsinki and Munich. Sergei's focus areas are JavaScript development, UX and accessibility.

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  • Portrait photo of Núria Peña

    Núria Peña

    Inclusive Designer, tech enthusiast and event organiser

    Núria is an Interaction Designer based in Munich, currently working at Holidu. Her expertise resides in building bridges between design and accessibility, using the basics of Usability as a foundation and helping others to use empathy before framing solutions.

    She is also a core organiser of the Munich Accessibility Meetup, a hub that brings together Munich's accessibility and inclusive design community.

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