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Designing for Accessibility: Final Speaker Announced

From: Tech C.
Sent on: Friday, September 14, 2018 4:07 PM

Hi UXers,

The third speaker has been announced for the next UX Crunch... On 25th September we will be sitting down at WeWork Moorgate to discuss Designing for Accessibility featuring talks from;

Richard Morton the Senior Accessibility Specialist for Government Digital Service.

Lauren Pleydell-Pearce the Creative Director at PWC.

James Buller the Access Needs Lead at UK Home Office.

For both moral and legal reasons, designing for accessibility has always been a necessary part of a design to allow a product to reach its full potential. The UN estimates that more than 1 billion people around the world live with some form of disability and as populations age over the coming years, that number is expected to rise rapidly. "Accessibility is solved at the design stage" - Daniel Na.

More info/tickets:

See you soon!



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