Please join us at 5:30pm on Wednesday, September 24th at Google Pittsburgh for a joint meet-up with the Pittsburgh Accessibility Group.
We are limited to the number of attendees that we can have at this meetup and will need to provide a list of names to Google in advance so please be sure to register for this event to ensure that you can attend.
Who really needs the internet anyway?
Online accessibility affects almost every aspect of life, from managing a company to just finding out when the next bus is coming. Come learn about web accessibility at our next accessibility meetup from 5:30 pm – 7:30 on Wednesday, September 24th, at the Pittsburgh Google offices in Bakery Square, 6425 Penn Ave, 15206. We’ll have presentations from both software developers and people who use assistive technology to access the internet.
Also, we’ll have pizza.
This event is co-hosted by Refresh Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Accessibility Meetup.
An ASL interpreter will be available, and we can also meet people outside or at the bus stop to help you find the building.
Pittsburgh Accessibility Group free events are made possible by donations from participants like you. Please consider making a donation at the event.
We’re grateful to the Urban Affairs Foundation of the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh for their support With their help we are able to provide ASL interpreters and food at all of our events.