Friday 7th April, 2017
9:45am to 10:45am
You're fabulous. Why? Because you want to write digital content that motivates, engages, teaches, and benefits your users. But do you know how people who have cognitive impairments or low-language proficiency respond to average, everyday content?
Join Angela for a revealing session as she shares the results of usability testing with people who have cognitive disabilities or low-language proficiency. You'll learn how to use plain language and accessibility principles to create an inclusive and engaging experience. Plus, she'll share tips for testing content with people with disabilities.
In this session, you'll learn and see: examples of how people with cognitive impairments or low-language proficiency might perceive your content; resources for creating accessible content while being mindful of all people who might read, access, or interact with your content; and tips for testing your content with your intended audience, including people with disabilities.
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