This week, Principal Consultant, John Goodall gave a presentation at the ‘UX Crunch at home’ event – a remotely delivered webinar bringing together an audience of Junior UX professionals, along with a great line-up of speakers to discuss the important topic of Accessibility.
John, who runs Bunnyfoot’s popular ‘Practical Accessibility’ training course spoke about ‘How to Design and Evaluate for Accessibility’. He ran through 10 practical steps that delegates could start doing immediately to make improvements to their websites, apps and services.
Bunnyfoot were joined by Heather Hepburn who is the Accessibly Lead from Skyscanner, along with Ruby Steel from the Exception Method. UX Crunch is London’s largest user experience networking event delivering key insights and ‘takehomes’ about a variety of topics and areas within UX and design.
Want to learn more about accessibility?
If you would like to learn more about accessibility, our popular ‘Practical Accessibility’ training course is now running remotely with next date on 30 April 2020.