Inclusive Design Thinking

Access Living partners with Disability:IN Chicagoland for a discussion on Inclusive Design Thinking led by Bridget Hayman, Communications Director at Access Living. Access Living Board members and Disability:IN Chicagoland corporate partners will learn about design thinking which leads to the development of products and services that can be used by a broad range of people. This session will be followed by a reception on the Access Living rooftop, with light hors d’oeuvres and drinks. Please join us for information sharing and conversation. Don’t miss this stimulating discussion and your chance to network with professionals from local companies who are prioritizing disability inclusion.

GLOBAL ACCESSIBILITY AWARENESS DAY

The Digital Accessibility Office is hosting a conference-style event in celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). We are pleased to welcome David DeNotaris, author of “Feeling Your Way Through Life: A Journey Through Challenges, Insights and Possibilities” as our keynote speaker. He will be sharing his personal journey and discussing the importance of accessible technology as a foundation for education and employment. The keynote presentation will be followed by workshops, including a demonstration of Apple’s accessibility features from Jeff Bigham, and a panel discussion with guests from Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, and others about accessibility initiatives in our region.

Accessibility is for all

When people talk about accessibility, they often have a narrow view of it, whether it’s only about disability or that it’s something developers and designers are responsible for in tech. While that’s not wrong, it is insufficient. Learn about bringing accessibility into your work in general as a product manager and understand how accessibility is about us all.

Bate papo e Lançamento do livro: Acessibilidade Digital no Moodle Práticas Recomendadas para formadores e professores

Já estão abertas as inscrições para o evento “Acessibilidade digital no moodle: práticas recomendadas para formadores e professores”, que acontecerá no Dia Mundial da Conscientização sobre Acessibilidade – 18 de maio, às 19h30, no auditório Professor Carlos Alberto Siegner , no Câmpus Cubatão. A atividade, que é uma ação colaborativa entre o Curso de Tecnologia em Análise e Desenvolvimento de Sistemas, o Núcleo de Apoio às Pessoas com Necessidades Educacionais Específicas – Napne e o Projeto de Extensão Câmpus Cubatão Inclusivo – CACUIN, contará com bate papo e lançamento do livro: Acessibilidade Digital no Moodle Práticas Recomendadas para formadores e professores. O palestrante, Fernando Barreira é diretor de tecnologia e um dos fundadores da empresa BISTEC Consultoria em Tecnologia da Informação. Professor desde 1995, atualmente em cursos de pós-graduação. Mestre em Educação. Especialidade de Educação e Tecnologias digitais pelo Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal. Mestre em Engenharia da Computação pelo IPT (Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas). Pós-graduado em Gestão Estratégica de Serviços pela FGV-SP. Especialista em Datacenter: projeto, operação e serviços pela UNISUL. Graduado em Processos Gerenciais pela Metodista de São Paulo e em Gestão de Tecnologia da Informação pelo SENAC-SP. Público-alvo: Estudantes, servidores/colaboradores do Campus Cubatão, formadores e professores das Redes de Ensino da Região Metropolitana da Baixada Santista.

Editoria di varia, scolastica, universitaria. Come diventare accessibili entro il 2025?

In vista dell’entrata in vigore, nel 2025, dello European Accessibility Act, un incontro rivolto al pubblico professionale per presentare i progetti che editori di vari segmenti di mercato stanno realizzando per produrre e distribuire pubblicazioni digitali accessibili. Con: – Andrea Angiolini, Direttore editoriale e responsabile area digitale, Società editrice Il Mulino – Filippo Floridia, Coordinatore produzione eBook, Gruppo Mondadori – Claudia Napolitano, Coordinatore-Responsabile organizzativo, Pisa University Press – Cristina Mussinelli, Segretario Generale, Fondazione LIA L’evento è organizzato nel contesto di Aldus UP (www.aldusnet.eu), cofinanziato dal programma Europa Creativa della Commissione Europea.

Accessibility Matters – Making digital products for everyone

Have you ever wondered what it’s like for people with disabilities to experience the world? What are the unique challenges for them to use applications? And how can design help in making sure the products we build are as inclusive as possible? Join us at our upcoming meetup where you’ll learn not only why accessibility is essential but also how to implement it in your own work habits. Accessibility is foundational for creating an inclusive society. At our meetup, you’ll learn about the different ways that accessibility can improve people’s lives. We’ll be discussing how accessibility affects everyone, regardless of their abilities, and how it can make our world a more equitable and inclusive place. Our meetup is designed for anyone who is interested in learning more about accessibility and its benefits. Whether you’re a developer, designer, marketer, or just someone who wants to be more informed, this is the perfect opportunity to expand your knowledge and network with like-minded individuals. By the end of the meetup, you’ll have the tools and knowledge you need to create a more inclusive and accessible online experience for all. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from experts and get hands-on experience with accessibility. Join us and make a difference in the lives of people who rely on accessible websites and apps. See you there!

Getting Charity Digital Accessibility Right

Event overview: Accessibility in digital is an important consideration and one which can often get overlooked owing to the perceived complexities it presents. Our event aims to help charities develop a greater understanding of digital accessibility, and includes talks from accessibility experts and charities who are making headway in their digital accessibility journey. Speakers include: Andy Hall, Inclusion Lead at Scope, who will be sharing Scope’s journey in digital accessibility; Azlan Cuttilan, Accessibility Champion at Just Giving, and active member of the WCAG 3.0 accessibility standards steering group; Ettie Bailey-King, Accessible and Inclusive Content Consultant, who will be sharing advice and practical tips for your own online content; Alex McGibbon, Director of Innovation & Accessibility lead at Giant Digital, who will be sharing some innovative free ways of using AI to improve your website accessibility. This event is specifically for charities and non-profit organisations and tickets are free – they can be booked here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/getting-digital-accessibility-right-tickets-532419199157 You can see a short overview of a recent event here to give you an idea of what to expect: https://youtu.be/RA70AePvn18

A11y Bytes Sydney

A11y Bytes is running on Global Accessibility Awareness Day for the 11th time, and is being held in person for the first time in 4 years. Join us in Sydney for a series of lightning talks to talk all things digital accessibility and inclusion. You don’t have to be an accessibility aficionado to attend. This event is about us all talking, thinking and learning about digital accessibility and inclusion together. Take part in A11y Bytes and connect, be inspired and have some fun as we talk, learn, grow and change the world.

A11y Bytes Melbourne

A11y Bytes is running on Global Accessibility Awareness Day for the 11th time, and is being held in person for the first time in 4 years. Join us in Melbourne for a series of lightning talks to talk all things digital accessibility and inclusion. You don’t have to be an accessibility aficionado to attend. This event is about us all talking, thinking and learning about digital accessibility and inclusion together. Take part in A11y Bytes and connect, be inspired and have some fun as we talk, learn, grow and change the world.

Accessible Media Internship Presentation

Presentation of my work with NECC on accessible media and of the importance of digital accessibility. Event for Clark families and friends.