Arrival at Blink:
There is street parking on Western and along Alaskan Way. It is free after 6.
Walking in from a bus, use either Spring or Madison for the quickest way. But they are also steep streets.
There are two sets of doors at the front of the building to the lobby. We will have a greeter to direct to the elevators.
Four elevators, two on each side.
Blink is the sixth floor. The check-in table will right at the elevators on 6.
Snacks and beverages will be provided.
The lobby is locked after 6 and a secure place to wait for a pickup.
WiFi network = Welcome
WiFI password = overtherainbow
Restrooms = a single room near entrance
Mens and Womens down the hall away from the entrance
Twitter = a11ysea
6:00 - Check-in
6:15 - Announcements/Presentation
Accessibility checklist for UX Designers
Many UX designers ask - Where to start with Accessibility? I've used good color contrast, is that enough for Accessibility? What's my responsibility as a designer to include Accessibility? Accessibility seems to be a daunting task for designers as there are 78 guidelines in WCAG 2.1. In this presentation, Rajesh shares his experience of including Accessibility standards in the design process to deliver inclusive experiences.
Rajesh Kalidindi has spent a decade in delivering inclusive experiences in his two decades of UX career. He led Accessibility programs at Microsoft before joining Liberty. Rajesh is currently leading an effort to make Liberty Insurance and Safeco digital experiences accessible for all users regardless of their abilities. Rajesh was a board member for three years with UXPA International (User Experience Professionals Association) and founding member of Seattle chapter of UXPA.