WordPress Accessibility Day 2022

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WordPress Accessibility Day 2022 Wrap-Up

It’s hard to believe that WordPress Accessibility Day 2022 has already come and gone. This year’s event was hugely successful, with 1604 registrants from 52 countries coming together to learn, share, and network.

One of the best things about WordPress Accessibility Day is that it’s an excellent opportunity to learn from some of the best and brightest in the accessibility community. This year’s lineup of speakers did not disappoint, with presentations on various topics. You can watch all sessions on the WordPress Accessibility Day 2022 Youtube channel.

WordPress Accessibility Day 2022

If you cannot attend this year’s event, don’t worry – there are still plenty of ways to stay connected and keep learning. The WordPress Accessibility Day website is an excellent resource for videos and slides from all the presentations. The WordPress Accessibility Day blog is great for finding news and insights from the event.

Finally, be sure to stay tuned for information on WordPress Accessibility Day 2023 – we’re already looking forward to another great event!

Community Response to WordPress Accessibility Day 2022

The WordPress Accessibility Day community was incredibly supportive, with sponsors, speakers, volunteers, and attendees coming together to make the event a success. This year’s event donated $2,000 to Knowbility, a nonprofit focused on website accessibility.

The presentations were excellent, providing a wealth of information on various topics related to accessibility. If you were unable to attend this year’s event, be sure to check out the videos and slides from the presentations on the WordPress Accessibility Day website. 

Speakers on WordPress Accessibility Day 2022

This year’s event had an excellent lineup of speakers, with presentations on various topics related to accessibility. If you were unable to attend this year’s event, be sure to check out the videos and slides from the presentations on the WordPress Accessibility Day website.

The WordPress Accessibility Day speakers included accessibility experts from the WordPress community, such as Rian Kinney, Joe Dolson, Rachel Cherry, Mel Choyce-Dwan, Gary Aussant and many more. You can find the whole list of speakers here

Where to Learn More About WordPress Accessibility

There are several ways to learn more about accessibility in WordPress. The WordPress Accessibility Day website is an excellent resource for videos and slides from all the presentations. The WordPress Accessibility Day blog is good for finding news and insights from the event. You can also follow several social media profiles, including WordPress Accessibility, Twitter and Linkedin accounts. Finally, be sure to stay tuned for information on WordPress Accessibility Day 2023.

You can also learn that WordPress Accessibility Meetups are held on the first Thursday of the month and the third Monday, link to the Meetup.

Sponsors and volunteers of WordPress Accessibility Day 2022

WordPress Accessibility Day would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors. There were more than 20 sponsors and microsponsors: Cloudways, 20i, Equalize Digital, Yoast, A11Y Collective, AccessiCart, Weglot, Bright Webs Design, The Blog Smith, Hello Access, The Scientific & Medical Network and others.

The super engaged and helpful volunteers: Carrie Dils, Chanel Timberlake, Chourouk Orabi, Damon Cook, Danielle Zarcaro, Devin Egger, Diana Thompson, Gabriel Kanev, Jenna Charlton, Jessica McKay, Kelsey Bronski, Keri Jacoby, Kim Coleman, Lucy Davies, Michele Butcher-Jones, Monica Amason, Ryan Bracey, Sheeba Abraham, Silver Bowen, Yikai Peng.

What’s Next for WordPress Accessibility?

WordPress Accessibility Day 2023 is already in the works, and as far as we know, the event will be held in conjunction with WordCamp US. Stay tuned for more information on the event, including dates and locations. In the meantime, check out the WordPress Accessibility Day website for videos and slides from all the presentations from this year’s event.

Summary

WordPress Accessibility Day 2022 was a great success, with 1604 registrants from 52 countries. The event donated $2,000 to Knowbility, a nonprofit focused on website accessibility. The presentations were excellent, providing a wealth of information on various topics related to accessibility. If you were unable to attend this year’s event, be sure to check out the videos and slides from the presentations on the WordPress Accessibility Day website. Stay tuned for information on WordPress Accessibility Day 2023.

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