- When : - (PST)
- Where : Virtual
- Hosted By : Technology Association of Oregon
Expand Your Lens: How Inclusive Design Benefits Everyone
The Inclusive Design Toolkit developed by Cambridge University states that “inclusive design is a design process... in which a product, service or environment is designed to be usable by as many people as reasonably possible, without the need for specialized adaptations.” Inclusive design considers different aspects of human diversity such as ability, language, culture, gender, and age.
On Friday, October 29th, join the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) and GRAYBOX from 9:00 AM-10:00 AM to launch the TAO Technologists Community and meet our co-chairs, Nadya Duke Boone and Dahv Kliner. Then stick around with your favorite morning beverage as we learn more about dominant culture informed design, design process from experts who look through a different lens, and resources to continue designing more inclusive and accessible products.
Sarah Murray, Executive Creative Director, and Human-centered Designer at GRAYBOX will moderate this discussion and the panel will include experts in neurodiversity, accessible web design, and addressing bias in various forms.