What’s the difference between inclusive design, universal design, and accessibility? And what do these terms share in common?
Find out at the free live webinar on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 when Deque Systems hosts a virtual panel of of experts who will discuss the similarities and differences of the three terms.
The webinars are helpful for anyone who:
- Manages web projects
- Designs or develops websites or web applications
- Wants to learn how accessibility, universal design, and inclusive design affect user experience.
UX Virtual Panel: Inclusive Design vs. Universal Design vs. Accessibility
Hosted by Deque Systems, the one-hour webinar on September 24, 2019 at 2:00pm Eastern Time (time zone converter) features five experts discussing what universal design, inclusive design, and accessibility share in common and how they differ.
- Wendy Chisholm
Principal Accessibility Architect at Microsoft and strategist for AI (Artificial Intelligence) for Accessibility, a grant program at Microsoft. Chisholm is co-author of Universal Design for Web Applications with Matt May (one of the first books I read about universal design!) and edited Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 and 2.0.
- Matt May
Head of Inclusive Design at Adobe. Matt’s work includes inclusive design practices across Adobe’s user experience, training and mentoring the Adobe Design team as well as advocating accessibility and inclusive design principles to the public.
- Glenda Sims
Team A11Y Lead at Deque, where she shares her expertise and passion for the open web with government organizations, educational institutions, and companies. Advisor and co-founder of Accessibility Internet Rally and AccessU.
- Aparna Pasi
As Accessibility Team Lead at Deque, Pasi works on creating accessibility measures for great user experience, designing accessibility standards and preaching the same.
- Denis Boudreau
Principal Web Accessibility consultant and training lead at Deque, Boudreau is active in the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Education and Outreach Working Group as well as the Silver Task Force, where he contributes to the development of the W3C’s next generation of accessibility standards.
The webinar is free; pre-registration is required to reserve your spot.
Whatever your involvement is with web projects, this webinar with leading experts in web accessibility, universal design, and inclusive design promises to be an exciting panel discussion.
I plan to attend the webinar, hope you’ll join me!