Inclusive Content Strategy


Inclusivity is at the heart of an effective content strategy. Accessible code may be imperative for inclusion, but all the code in the world doesn’t do any good if the content is not meaningful to our readers.

Presenting for us was AmyJune Hineline. She’s been an active participant in the Open Source community for over 3 years. A self described “non-coder”, she has been a top 20 contributor to the Drupal project two years in a row.

AmyJune is an active organizer of the A11yTalks meet-up and is passionate about accessible and inclusive information for all.

Her slides are below, followed by a recording from the Meetup. Unfortunately, we had an issue with Camtasia and the slides disappear about 20% into the talk so you may want to follow along with the Google slides.

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Dave Kuhar

Dave ran Transmit Studio, a media creation lab in San José. He's built more websites with WordPress than he can remember. He's reluctantly moved back to Ohio and now works for Stanford University (remotely). He likes hearing himself talk and writing about himself in third person.

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