Inclusive Design: Where Accessibility Meets Usability
An AbilityNet event for Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2013
4:30-7:30pm, Thursday 9 May 2013
Google Campus, London
Robin Christopherson, Julie Howell, Jeremy Keith and other special guests will be looking at the crossover between usability and accessibility. They will debate the merits of connecting the two disciplines and offer practical ways for UX practitioners, web designers, developers and their clients to ensure that websites, digital devices and information resources can be designed to be used by everyone.
More details and additional speakers to be confirmed during April.
This is a free, ticket-only event and numbers are strictly limited. To reserve your ticket please use this Eventbrite page or contact Kat.Upton@abilitynet.org.uk.
PLUS Join us for the launch of Look No Hands! AbilityNet's new fundraising campaign is a fun way to raise awareness of how disabled people use everyday technologies. All the money raised helps us to help more disabled people get to grips with their technology.
Accessibility and Eventbrite
The venue is accessible and a sign language interpreter will be available. Please tell us if you nay specific needs. If you have any accessibility issues using Eventbrite please send an email to Kat.Upton@abilitynet.org.uk or call us on +44 207 7962 144
When & Where
AbilityNet helps disabled people use computers and the internet to improve their lives at home, at work and in education.
With a base in central London AbilityNet is a leading provider of specialist accessibility services to a number of blue chip clients and also supplied accessibility testing services for the Olympics and Paralympics websites.