Web accessibility for businesses

Learn how accessible design and development can impact your bottom line on our free webinar.

1 in 4 adults live with a disability according to CDC. That’s 61 million individuals who are impacted by mobility, vision, hearing, cognition, and other differences. Additionally, many individuals are navigating the world with temporary or situational disabilities, like a broken arm or concussion. Creating accessible digital products and websites means creating experiences that everyone can access, including those with disabilities.

Join our webinar to learn more about why accessibility is key for leading organizations, how it can benefit your business, and how to ensure AA compliance and beyond. You’ll learn about accessibility through strategy, design, and development lenses.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • What exactly is accessible design and development?
  • The main mistakes businesses make when it comes to accessibility.
  • What are organizations required to action to achieve compliance.
  • How to implement accessibility in practice.

Date: July 24th, 2019

Time: 1-2pm EST

1 in 4 adults live with a disability according to CDC. That’s 61 million individuals who are impacted by mobility, vision, hearing, cognition, and other differences. Additionally, many individuals are navigating the world with temporary or situational disabilities, like a broken arm or concussion. Creating accessible digital products and websites means creating experiences that everyone can access, including those with disabilities.

Join our webinar to learn more about why accessibility is key for leading organizations, how it can benefit your business, and how to ensure AA compliance and beyond. You’ll learn about accessibility through strategy, design, and development lenses.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • What exactly is accessible design and development?
  • The main mistakes businesses make when it comes to accessibility.
  • What are organizations required to action to achieve compliance.
  • How to implement accessibility in practice.

Date: July 24th, 2019

Time: 1-2pm EST

Speakers

Speakers

Oskar Westin

Senior Accessibility Strategy Manager, Telus Digital

As an accessibility leader and advocate, Oskar's role is to help teams to meet their goals and to provide accessible products and services to all. He is also the co-organizer of #a11yTO, a Toronto based group that actively promotes digital inclusion for the design and development community.

Oskar Westin

Senior Accessibility Strategy Manager, Telus Digital

As an accessibility leader and advocate, Oskar's role is to help teams to meet their goals and to provide accessible products and services to all. He is also the co-organizer of #a11yTO, a Toronto based group that actively promotes digital inclusion for the design and development community.

Katrina Rempel

Senior Experience Designer, Rangle.io

Katrina is a Senior Experience Designer at Rangle.io with a passion for user research and inclusion. She strives to bring the user's voice to the table and is a strong advocate for accessibility and inclusive design. Katrina has worked with a range of brands, such as Bell and Staples Canada. She believes that through empathy, we can create products that not only work better for people but also benefit businesses by solving strategic goals. Outside of consulting, Katrina volunteers with Bridge School and helped develop the curriculum for their Product Design program.

Katrina Rempel

Senior Experience Designer, Rangle.io

Katrina is a Senior Experience Designer at Rangle.io with a passion for user research and inclusion. She strives to bring the user's voice to the table and is a strong advocate for accessibility and inclusive design. Katrina has worked with a range of brands, such as Bell and Staples Canada. She believes that through empathy, we can create products that not only work better for people but also benefit businesses by solving strategic goals. Outside of consulting, Katrina volunteers with Bridge School and helped develop the curriculum for their Product Design program.

Ankita Kulkarni

Solutions Architect, Rangle.io

Ankita has over 5 years of Software Development. Currently, she is a Solutions Architect at Rangle.io where she builds web and mobile applications using modern JavaScript. Prior to that, Ankita worked at IBM, Canada, Cloud Garage for 4 years where she built several web and mobile applications using artificial intelligence, modern JavaScript, and native languages for about 4 years. Outside of work, Ankita is a mentor at Lighthouse Labs as well as a software development instructor at Bridge School.

Ankita Kulkarni

Solutions Architect, Rangle.io

Ankita has over 5 years of Software Development. Currently, she is a Solutions Architect at Rangle.io where she builds web and mobile applications using modern JavaScript. Prior to that, Ankita worked at IBM, Canada, Cloud Garage for 4 years where she built several web and mobile applications using artificial intelligence, modern JavaScript, and native languages for about 4 years. Outside of work, Ankita is a mentor at Lighthouse Labs as well as a software development instructor at Bridge School.

Let's chat

Let’s chat about how to ensure brand consistency, enable quick innovation, and deliver user-centric experiences with a scalable Design System.

Let's chat

Let’s chat about how to ensure brand consistency, enable quick innovation, and deliver user-centric experiences with a scalable Design System.