How do you make room in your design process—and products—for everyone? Accessible UX expert Whitney Quesenbery says it begins with one vital step: involving people with disabilities in every step of your research and usability testing.
So how do you do that? In this short webinar (part of a three-part series), Whitney offers concrete tips, shares insights and examples from her experiences, and illustrates how new collaborations can lead to better designs.
- Learn to set goals by asking yourself the right questions up front
- See how to think differently about QA by recognizing problems for people with different abilities
- Get tips for getting out of the office and interacting with people in their own spaces
- Learn how you can make a big difference on your own team
You’ll come away from this webinar with a new understanding of accessibility and the tools to create a better, more successful product.
Watch the entire 3-part series on Accessibility.
The Curb Cut Effect - Discover the importance of true accessibility and how to get there by asking one question: How do we create a good experience for everyone every time?
Accessibility Thinking - You'll gain a new understanding of accessibility and the tools to create a better, more successful product.
Connect to Recruit - Understand why having a diverse group of participants is important and get concrete steps to take to find them.