Designing for Accessibility: Using a Human-Centered Approach to Build Accessible Solutions

Designing for Accessibility Webinar | LinkedIn Event Passcode: 391282 In today’s world, it is more important than ever that digital services take various disabilities into account to truly be accessible to all. In Designing for Accessibility: Using a Human-Centered Approach to Build Accessible Solutions, you will hear from key members of Softrams’ Human Experience (HX) team about how we achieve accessibility by putting people at the center of our solutions. Join us on May 16th, Global Accessibility Awareness Day, for insights into how our teams build accessible digital products by focusing on the people who rely on them every day. Anne-Marie Lloyd is a designer from Washington, DC with a background in design consulting and market research. Currently a Human-Centered Design Analyst on federal CMS project MEARIS at Softrams, and with experience in both the private and federal sector, Anne-Marie advocates for accessibility research and practices as an essential component of good design. Carrie Mullens is a Senior Accessibility SME with more than 20 years of experience who takes pride in providing the best accessibility assessments possible. As a Senior Accessibility SME, her goal is to increase and spread her knowledge of accessibility. Gizem Serifoglu is a seasoned designer with 15 years of experience dedicated to crafting human-centered brand experiences. As a Senior Human-Centered Designer, she excels in fostering meaningful connections between people and products, guiding project direction, style, and tone to ensure an engaging and empathetic user experience. About Softrams Softrams is a digital services company based in the DC-Metro area that offers innovative technology solutions and builds customer-centric services that are simple, intuitive, and usable across federal industries. Over the past nine years, we have fostered strong relationships with federal agencies including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) to deliver modern solutions that are making a difference for people all over the world.