Thursday 23rd June, 2011
3:45pm to 4:30pm
Accessibility is commonly viewed as a dry formal requirement absent of any real beneficiary. It is all too often tacked on as reluctant "polish".
In this talk we will blur the line between people with disabilities and "able-bodied" people and see how everybody benefits from inclusive design, and how good decisions from the start leave us with a more aesthetic product that is usable in more ways than we could have initially imagined.
We will use user interfaces in GNOME as a case study for good and inclusive design.
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