Frameworks and Methods for Inclusive Products
Hear us speak about Inclusive Design at a11ybos 2019.
Hear Corey Roth, Senior Designer at Cantina, and Randy Duke, II, Experience Strategist at Cantina, present their Accessibility Boston 2019 breakout session: “Frameworks and Methods for Inclusive Products.”
Designing ethical and inclusive products is more than an accessibility checklist. Even more hurdles exist when designing inclusive services in complex industries. This talk covers research methods and frameworks for building inclusivity into your design process from the beginning. Real-world examples will be included, from designing inclusive music apps to designing holistic chronic care management services for underserved populations.Register
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