New York, NY, April 19, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Multi-disciplinary creative media firm, theMechanism announces that NY Web Standards Meetup Group
(http://webstandards.meetup/118/calendar/7614117) will address WCAG Samurai errata for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 1.0, 7:00 pm on April 24.
NY Web Standards April 2008 will focus on WCAG Samurai errata with attendees from the web design and development fields, expected to attend one evening of comprehensive discussions and networking.
For the first time since its February 26 publication, WCAG Samurai errata discussions come to NY Web Standards Meetup Group and the web development community is clearly ready for discussions. “This meetup will cover how the WCAG Samurai errata make the WCAG 1.0, published in 1999, more applicable to today's browsers and assistive technologies,” said Jeffrey Barke, Lead Developer, theMechanism.
In addition to attendee introductions, web-standards discussions and optional ‘show and tell’ sessions, event will also highlight keynote speaker, Jeffrey Barke, Lead Developer of theMechanism.
As a monthly event, NY Web Standards Meetup is focused on bringing to the web development community, valuable information that is standards-based compliant.
"theMechanism strives to be a leader in the practice of web standards and accessibility,” said Dave Fletcher, Founding Partner & Creative Director of theMechanism. “Facilitating the New York Web Standards Meetup Group at our Manhattan office is one way for us to lead by example while encouraging an intimate and personal sodality between like-minded designers and agencies in the area.”
For complete event information and registration, please visit (http://webstandards.meetup/118/calendar/7614117). NY Web Standards Meetup Group is now accepting registration requests from members of the design and web development community.
theMechanism, llc. is a multi-disciplinary creative media firm that designs and builds exceptional web standards-compliant and accessible design solutions for clients. Founded in 2001, theMechanism has offices in New York and London. For more information, please visit: http://www.theMechanism.com.
Press Contact: Sandra Perez of theMechanism, 212-404-3150, firstname.lastname@example.org