Webinar, April 25: User Research with People with Disabilities

Posted on Tuesday, 10 April 2018 by TPG team

Date
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Time
12pm – 1pm ET

Registration for this webinar has ended, but you can download the slides.

How do you move from technical accessibility compliance to creating engaging, effective digital experiences for people with disabilities? One very successful way is to involve people with disabilities in User Experience (UX) activities throughout the lifecycle of a design and development project.

But there can be challenges, from participation recruitment to designing appropriately inclusive research activities. This webinar will make the case for involving people with disabilities in UX research and development activities. You’ll learn the true value of this effort, and we will provide you with some practical advice on how to involve people with disabilities in your UX work.

This webinar will cover:

  • How to plan and schedule UX activities that include people with disabilities to acquire relevant input before you create a single line of code
  • Effective ways to recruit and involve people with disabilities in research activities
  • Tips for ensuring that UX activities are inclusive of people with a range of disabilities
  • How to obtain quality results that have an impact on your project, and beyond

The webinar will be presented by David Sloan, TPG’s User Research Lead.

About TPG team

TPG partners with organizations around the world, to provide them with both strategic and targeted expertise that enables them to realise their accessibility goals. With our partners we believe we can create a positive impact on global accessibility.

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