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Join Blink in celebrating the tenth annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day (https://globalaccessibilityawarenessday.org) on May 21, 2021. This year for #GAAD, Blink will be hosting a half-day event to highlight digital access and inclusion and to share what they're doing to deliver exceptional digital experiences to people of all abilities.
This complimentary event includes a talk with their Director of Accessibility, Joe Welinske, and a look at case studies on digital accessibility featuring researchers, designers, developers, and testers.
If you’re a designer, researcher, strategist, or engineer who wants to expand your understanding of what it means to create digitally accessible designs, or someone who wants to learn more about digital access and inclusion, this event is for you!
There will be a recording - please register on Hopin (https://hopin.com/events/gaad) to receive it along with the transcript and chat log.
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Join GA, Adobe, and SDXD for a workshop on Making Motion Inclusive presented by Val Head, Design Evangelist at Adobe.
About the workshop
Let's clear the air about UI animation and inclusive design. It's a common misconception that things like inclusive design and accessibility only come at the cost of design details like motion, but that's just not the case. Whether it's microinteractions, animated illustrations, or larger animated experiences, a little care and consideration can go a long way towards getting the best of both worlds. In this session, Val will show you how to build animated interactions with inclusivity in mind from the start. We'll discuss how to apply web accessibility guidelines to product design, when and how to implement reduced motion, and approaches to building up animated interactions with accessibility in mind.
About the speaker
Val Head is a designer and web animation consultant with a talent for getting designers and developers alike excited about the power of animation. She is the author of Designing Interface Animation and The Pocket Guide to CSS Animation.
She curates the UI Animation Newsletter and co-hosts the Motion and Meaning podcast. Val leads workshops at companies and conferences around the world on motion design for the web and loves every minute of it.