Inclusive design: How to make your designs accessible? - Part 2

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What is inclusive design? What is accessibility and why is it important? How to design keeping accessibility conformance levels in mind?

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We will answer all these questions during this webinar. Designers are almost always under pressure to deliver wireframes, prototypes and mock ups quickly, there's not enough time to think about accessibility. Or is there?

When you know the requirements, it's very easy to design quickly, produce accessible designs and summarise design acceptance criteria for developers. Business and product owners are often afraid that it takes a lot of time that's why sometimes accessibility add-ons are deprioritised from the scope but accessible and inclusive design is always better for any type of customers.

Who is this webinar for?

- junior product designers

- junior UX and UI designers

- product owners and project managers who work with digital products

- anyone who wants to champion accessibility at their workplace

We will consider:

- how people can navigate any web-site using assistive technologies

- things to check from UI design perspective for AA level of conformance: Colour contrast, typography, iconography, focus state, link styling

- best UX patterns for accessibility for AA level of conformance: Page structure, navigation, error prevention and error messaging, forms, status messages, tables

- tools you can use to check your designs and tools to check built web-pages

- examples of sites which support accessibility in various ways

It is an online webinar using Zoom, your microphones and cameras will be turned off and you can ask questions using chat. You will receive an email with a link to join the online event.

This workshop is broken down into 2 parts with a 10-minute break in the middle.

About the instructor

Olga is a product designer with the strong UX focus and more than 14 years of experience designing digital products across many industries. She first got acquainted with accessibility principles about 5 years ago and since then considers her duty to design inclusively and make sure that designs are implemented with the required accessibility rigour. She is a successful design mentor.

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