Inclusive Design: Designing for All

DESMA 731.25

An introduction to designing for accessibility and inclusion, including how differently abled users navigate mobile apps, and how designers can optimize their design process to ensure their work is usable by all. 

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This workshop introduces topics of designing for accessibility and inclusion. Participants learn about how differently abled users navigate mobile apps and the internet using various assistive technologies and how designers can optimize their design process to ensure their work is usable by all. Additionally, this workshop covers how we ensure our design process is inclusive of various types of people, cultures, and viewpoints through human-centered design methodologies. Includes both lecture and interactive collaborative learning.

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