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Thursday, September 01, 2005

12:38 AM

SXSW 2005 Panel Transcription… plus.

Finally, we finished the transcription (plus) for our SXSW 2005 panel, Accessibility, why can’t we all just get along? Whew… Glenda is a rock star for transcribing all that.

Thursday, March 31, 2005

11:16 PM

Panel Transcription Forthcoming

I know I said I’d post the panel details before now, but transcribing the audio is taking forever. Please bear with me.

Sunday, March 13, 2005

2:25 PM

Panel URLs

Very briefly, here are some of the URLs from our SXSW panel today. (We promised we’d post them today.) A more in-depth post will come later in the week.

Saturday, March 05, 2005

10:36 PM

Web Standards Meetup for SXSW Interactive

Saturday, March 12, 6-8 PM. Buffalo Billiards, 6th & Brazos, Austin.

Members of Web Design-L, CSS-Discuss, Web Standards Project (WaSP), Austin Web Standards Meetup, and the Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR) will be meeting for SXSW Interactive, Saturday, March 12th, from 6-8 PM at Buffalo Billiards (first floor near the main bar, right as you walk in).

After the panels end at 6 PM, the plan is to hang out for a while with food and drinks before badge holders all head over to the SXSW Interactive opening party at frog design (8-10 PM).

Because we are no longer planning to reserve a private space, there is no longer a need to RSVP. Invite anyone who would be interested. See you there.

Also, please join us for the AIGA Austin HammerTime Happy Hour, Tuesday, March 15th.

Wednesday, January 19, 2005

10:47 PM

SXSW Interactive 2005

If you’re an AIGA member and you’re planning to attend SXSW Interactive, don’t miss out on the group rate SXSW discount for AIGA members.

Confirmed SXSW speakers include Doug Bowman, Joe Clark, Nick Finck, Jason Fried, Molly Holzschlag, Eric Meyer, Bob Regan, Keith Robinson, Sharron Rush, Bruce Sterling, Jeff Veen, Malcolm Gladwell, Christina Wodtke, and Jeffrey Zeldman.

AIR Interactive

The Accessibility Internet Rally (AIR) is starting up again and we need design teams. AIR Interactive pairs volunteer web design and development teams with area artists, musicians, and other arts-oriented non-profits in a competition to build the best, most usable, most accessible, rich media website. Check out last year’s winning sites:

Want free training in accessible website development? Think you can do better than the previous winners? The competition lasts about a month and culminates with the awards ceremony during South by Southwest. Register your team, today!

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