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EU Regulations/Up-to-date Products/Diverse Designers - Designing for Accessibility - Tomorrow's UX Crunch

From: Tech C.
Sent on: Monday, September 24, 2018 11:57 AM

Hi UXers,

What accessibility barriers do people face with technology and how can they be overcome? How do brands balance keeping pace with emerging technologies and designing for accessibility? How can including those with diverse skills, experiences and needs make you a better researcher and designer?

Our event tomorrow evening features three fantastic speakers covering a wide range of industries and all three talks have now been announced!

Richard Morton - Senior Accessibility Specialist - Cabinet Office

Richard has been running empathy lab introductions for groups from across the wider public sector to help them prepare for the recently launched EU accessibility regulations. What accessibility barriers do people face when using technology and how can they be overcome? What is assistive technology and how is it used?

Lauren Pleydell-Pearce - Creative Director - PWC

Listed as one of 30 Female Creative Trailblazers in the UK, Lauren is currently charging ahead in the world of consulting by helping craft beautiful experiences for the Global Fortune 500 as well as supporting start-ups and innovative market challengers. How do brands balance keeping pace with emerging technologies and designing for accessibility? Is it even worth investing the time, money and effort to do so with the growing ubiquity of assistive technology at the platform level?

James Buller - Access Needs Lead - UK Home Office

As Access Needs Lead as Home Office James is leading a team guiding delivery teams to create accessible services. How have the Home Office placed accessibility high on the agenda and how did this develop them into better researchers and designers?

Please click the following link for more information and tickets: Tickets are now selling fast so please book soon to avoid disappointment. Join us as we sit down and learn key insights on Designing for Accessibility from some of London's leading designers!

See you soon,

Tech Circus


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