Encourage speakers to think about accessibility in their slides

There are simple rules that make slides easier for everyone to read.

These rules include:

If speakers have informative graphics in their slides, they should describe them aloud for visually impaired members of their audience.

If speakers want to include graphic images of harm or something similarly distressing, consider asking them whether they really need it, and if they do, to provide a content warning.

Posting slides online, or having printed copies, can be useful for people who struggle to read from a projector or screen.

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