Project contributor Whitney Quesenbury published an article Make Your Presentations Accessible: Seven Easy Steps. Alongside the article, we are currently developing a tool that will allow people to easily check their Powerpoint presentations for accessibility - and make corrections.
There are no immediate plans for a workshop, but if you're interested in creating one (virtual or in person) or know of one that we should attend then please contact Caroline Jarrett.
We contributed to a discussion on 'Design for Everyone: how can we include participants with special needs in our service design?' It was part of the Service Design in Government conference in London, 19-20 May 2014.
Project contributor Whitney Quesenbery published her book "A Web for Everyone", co-authored with Sarah Horton, published by Rosenfeld Media.
We wrote a chapter for "Rhetorical Accessability: At the Intersection of Technical Communication and Disability Studies" edited by Lisa Meloncon.
We contributed to the W3C Text Customization for Readability Online Symposium. Organisers: Shawn Henry and David Sloan. Contributor: Whitney Quesenbery. Member of Scientific Committee: Caroline Jarrett.
We wrote "Design to Read: Guidelines for People Who Do Not Read Easily" for User Experience Magazine, the magazine of the User Experience Professionals' Association. By Caroline Jarrett, Janice (Ginny) Redish, Kathryn Summers & Kath Straub. Bibliography available on this site.
Our second full workshop was held on 11th May 2010 at the CHI2010 conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
We had a mini-workshop in May 2009 at the STC Summit in Atlanta, Georgia.
The first workshop for Design to Read was held on 2nd September 2008 at HCI2008 in Liverpool, UK.