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Episode 4 - Interview with digital accessibility pro Jennison Asuncion
In this podcast, we interviewed digital accessibility pro Jennison Asuncion. He provided amazing tips on making your digital projects accessible. Listen to the podcast and tweet @grommetux if you have any questions.
0:00 - 3:45 Grommet updates from Chris Carlozzi
4:00: Interview with Jennison starts with Grommet contributor Alan Souza
4:30: Who are you and what do you do
4:53: Tell us more about CSUN conference
5:30: What are the main issues with navigating the web as a blind user?
8:00: Twitter just released a new feature for accessibility access - alternative access.
9:00: Tell us about your background in digital accessibility.
10:16: What advice do you have for those getting into digital accessibility?
12:00: How have you educated others on accessibility
12:28: Global Accessibility Awareness Day - May 19
16:30: What tools do you recommend to test websites are accessible?
21:03: Why is it important for enterprise apps to be accessible?
24:00: Blogs talking about accessibility to follow
24:50: Where do you see accessibility in 5 to 10 years?
Twitter Handles Mentioned During the Podcast:
Jennison Asuncion @jennison
Jesse Beach @jessebeach
Alice Boxhall @sundress
Accessibility Jobs Twitter Account @a11yjobs
Joe Devon @joedevon
Marco Zehe @marcoinenglish
Leonie Watson @leoniewatson
Sam Ogami @sogami
Links Mentioned in the Podcast:
Bay Area Accessibility and Inclusive Design Meetup http://www.meetup.com/a11ybay
Global Accessibility Awareness Day http://www.globalaccessibilityawarenessday.org
Accessibility Camp Bay Area http://www.accessibilitycampbay.org
Apps For All: Coding Accessible Web Applications by Heydon Pickering
Practical ARIA Examples http://heydonworks.com/practical_aria_examples/
Accessibility Wins by Marcy Sutton @marcysutton https://a11ywins.tumblr.com/
The Before and After Demo from the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative
Web Axe blog and podcast http://www.webaxe.org/
Marco's Accessibility Blog – Helping to make accessibility accessible
on the web and elsewhere https://www.marcozehe.de/
Tink - Léonie Watson – On technology, food & life in the digital age
The Paciello Group Blog https://www.paciellogroup.com/blog/
SSB BART Group blog http://www.ssbbartgroup.com/blog/
31st International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference
(CSUN Conference) www.csunconference.org
The Great Big List (presentations, video and other material) from the
2016 CSUN International Technology & Persons with Disabilities
List of Accessibility and Inclusive Design Meetups
NVDA NonVisual Desktop Access (free Windows screen reader) www.nvda-project.org
Thanks to @sogami for the podcast intro and Bensound.com for the music.
Episode 3 - Accessibility, Hyper Converged 380 system, Blogging w/ Grommet,
Eric and Chris share the latest news on Grommet including special guest / co-worker Alan Souza.
0:30 - Alan Souza shares details on his CSUN accessibility presentation
6:00 - Rate and Review the Great Grommet Podcast on iTunes
7:40 - Grommet 0.5.4 Release Notes
10:00 - Hyper Converged 380 System from Hewlett Packard Enterprise
14:00 - Blogging with Grommet
Make sure to rate and review the podcast on iTunes -
Thanks to Jackie for doing the intro and for bensound.com for the music.
Episode 2 - How Grommet Came to Be
Welcome back to the second installment of the Great Grommet Podcast.
Here’s a snapshot of the topics we discussed in this episode:
0:59 - There’s so much out there; why use Grommet?
5:15 - The login screen dilemma
7:30 - Driving your organization and development from a design standpoint
10:25 - Having an open-source mindset
14:11 - How Grommet is designed for the enterprise
19:00 - Contribute to Grommet on Github
Thanks so much to Yousef for the opening intro and bensounds.com for the opening and closing music.
Tweet @grommetux with any comments or questions.
Episode 1 - What is Grommet, Responsive Design, Contributing and Mobile First in Design
This is our first podcast hosted by Chris Carlozzi and Eric Soderberg from Palo Alto, California at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise HQ. In this podcast we cover the following:
2:39 – What Grommet is and who we’re building it for
7:35 – Discussing Ethan’s Grommet interview about Responsive Design
11:00 – Putting yourself in a problem-solving mindset
16:30 – How people are contributing to Grommet and helping it grow and evolve
18:30 – Being mobile first in design
Got questions? Tweet @grommetux or join our Slack channel at http://slackin.grommet.com
Audio intro from Grommet contributor @eabay
Music from http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/track/moose
The inside scoop behind Grommet
Full disclosure: I am an HPE employee and lead the Grommet team. So yes, I’m biased. But if you want to get an inside scoop on what’s happening in the world of design, web development, and accessibility, this is the place to get it. You’ll learn and probably laugh a bit too.