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AccessAbility – access a wider audience, make your digital voice heard

A session at Talk UX

Thursday 5th March, 2015

2:20pm to 2:50pm (GMT)

Creating websites for everyone, regardless of abilities, culture and environment. We will see how integrating accessibility early on in your project life cycles can strengthen your online impact and user experience through reaching a larger audience. With the focus on cognitive impairments and culture, we will explore how it affects your users and how to accommodate for their differences.

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Elizabeth Chesters

Graduate Consultant at ThoughtWorks

Elizabeth Chesters is a recent graduate from Manchester Metropolitan with a BSc in Computer Science. Currently she now works at ThoughtWorks as a developer with a focus on front-end development and accessibility.

AccessAbility – access a wider audience, make your digital voice heard.

Creating websites for everyone, regardless of abilities, culture and environment. We will see how integrating accessibility early on in your project life cycles can strengthen your online impact and user experience through reaching a larger audience. With the focus on cognitive impairments and culture, we will explore how it affects your users and how to accommodate for their differences.

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Rebecca Topps

UX designer & Accessibility lead at Sigma

Rebecca is a UX Designer and Accessibility lead at Sigma. She has a BSc (Hons) degree in Web and Multimedia from The University of Central Lancashire. Rebecca has experience in user research and testing, wire framing and prototyping, accessibility testing and accessibility consultancy. She focuses her research around cognitive impairments and how websites can be improved for users of all abilities in UX, design and development.

AccessAbility – access a wider audience, make your digital voice heard.

Creating websites for everyone, regardless of abilities, culture and environment. We will see how integrating accessibility early on in your project life cycles can strengthen your online impact and user experience through reaching a larger audience. With the focus on cognitive impairments and culture, we will explore how it affects your users and how to accommodate for their differences.

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Time 2:20pm2:50pm GMT

Date Thu 5th March 2015

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