You know that to create a truly accessible product, you need to include a full range of people in your research and usability testing. But how exactly do you find participants with disabilities?
That’s where accessible UX expert Whitney Quesenbery, co-founder of the Center for Civic Design, comes in. In this short webinar (part of a three-part series), she explains why having a diverse group of participants is important and the concrete steps to take to find them. She also shares insights gleaned from her years of experience in the field.
- Learn why it’s important to establish working relationships with people and organizations and what that means
- Take home lists of places and organizations that can be helpful in identifying potential participants
- Learn how to use social media and other outlets to make connections
- Get useful insights about logistical challenges and tips for overcoming them
You’ll come away from this webinar with the tools to establish fruitful relationships, connect with helpful organizations, find the right people—and create a better 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.