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Jun. 1, 2017 9:59 am

Heed the word of Mikey ‘Meme King’ Ilagan on web accessibility

Next week, hear about Comcast's road to accessibility at Code for Philly's Workshop Night.

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Ever wondered how Think Company and Comcast see the process of making technology accessible? Code for Philly has a workshop for you.

On Tuesday night, at Center City dev shop PromptWorks, Think Company’s Mikey Ilagan — also known for his artisanal memes that sometime come to life — is giving a talk titled “A Primer on Web Accessibility for Teams.”

Ilagan told Technical.ly the event is best suited for people that are creating experiences on the web and want to understand how users interact with technology.

“People will be able to gain insight as to how we approach accessibility at Comcast which is something they can’t get anywhere else,” Ilagan said.

Code for Philly: Workshop Night: A Primer on Web Accessibility for Teams

Tuesday, Jun 6, 2017, 6:00 PM

Location details are available to members only.

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Come hang out at our Code for Philly Workshop night! The first Tuesday of the month experienced professionals lead sessions on various concepts of their choosing. Topics can range from more technical topics like programming languages to non-technical skills like project management or content strategy.Workshop Sessions give our experienced designer…

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