The A11Y Roadtrip

Stop 1: Disability Inclusion

➝ I listen to this TED talk by Stella Young often. It is a good reminder for us to really rethink our perception about people with disabilities. I love this talk and every time I listen to it, I learn something new. Just don’t say you are inspired by it! 🙂 Listen on to find out why. ➝ Watch this great video about disability etiquette. It is very funny but it drives home an important point.What if the world was designed for wheelchairs. A great video about how to Think Differently Watch people with disabilities using assistive technology to see how assistive technology works.Watch this great  Microsoft gaming Superbowl ad that talk about inclusive gaming. Finally, before you head out on your roadtrip, read this amazing article written by Sheri Byrne-Haber, Are you ready to be anti-Ableist in 2021? 

Stop 3: Inclusive Design

➝ Deeply empathize with product teams, meet them where they are and bring them along on the journey.  

➝ Think about accessibility as a design principle instead of a roadmap.

Agile Accessibility—start small; start now.

We work with product teams to understand their existing workflow and build accessibility into it.

Stop 4: Tools & Techniques

➝ Deeply empathize with product teams, meet them where they are and bring them along on the journey.  

➝ Think about accessibility as a design principle instead of a roadmap.

Agile Accessibility—start small; start now.

We work with product teams to understand their existing workflow and build accessibility into it.

Stop 5: Learning Resources

➝ Deeply empathize with product teams, meet them where they are and bring them along on the journey.  

➝ Think about accessibility as a design principle instead of a roadmap.

Agile Accessibility—start small; start now.

We work with product teams to understand their existing workflow and build accessibility into it.