Inclusive UX Design Workshop
Ever wondered if your product or experience is inclusive? Or how to better consider the needs of your diverse set of users, who may not look, sound, or act like you? Unlike accessibility, which is about adapting existing experiences for differently abled users, inclusive design allows product designers understand diverse user needs and build the best experience for as many people as possible.
UX Speakeasy and Designing Women are hosting an Inclusive UX Design Workshop led by Selwa Sweidan, researcher and innovation consultant and Co-Founder of Artificial Knowing, a design studio in Los Angeles.
Come get a deeper understanding of the difference between accessibility and inclusive design and learn tools and strategies for making sure you're designing the best experiences for the most people possible at this fun, interactive workshop. Join us for a night of workshopping and mingling with fellow UXers and enjoy some delicious treats provided by our sponsor Adobe! While all experience levels are welcome, this workshop is designed for people familiar with the product design process (e.g. designers, product manager, researchers).
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