You think that accessibility and inclusive design benefits only people with disabilities? Think again.
Remember that time when you broke your arm and tried to get dressed, or when you were carrying your grocery shopping bag and tried to unlock your door? Now ask yourself what you would do if your hands were always busy and you couldn’t use them at all. And how would you use a computer or mobile device if you couldn’t see or hear?
Inclusive Design aims to solve those challenges, for all people, regardless of their limitations.
In our talk, we will cover the basics of accessibility and inclusive design, who it is for (hint: not only for people with disabilities), why it is an important aspect of software design and what you need do to create more accessible applications. We will also address the various benefits of inclusive design from a business point of view as well as legal aspects.