Join us at our next meetup event on Friendly Digital Spaces for Our Future Selves.
Although the requirements to meet the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) have been in practice for quite some years now, the awareness for digital accessibility has increased. However, being aware of the topic and understanding what the topic is are two different things.
For this talk, the speaker will provide a high level view on what digital accessibility is, why it is important, and some high level tips for different roles for projects.
Who this is good for:
- Someone who has some awareness of digital accessibility, but does not know where to find more information about the topic.
- PMs, Designers, Developers, QAs, Product owners, or any role in a company.
- Anyone who is interested in understanding what digital accessibility is.
Whether you are an experienced professional trying to figure out digital accessibility, or someone with an interest in learning about the topic, you are warmly welcomed to join us!
What you will get after walking out of the door:
- Understanding the different categories, types, and spectrums of disabilities.
- Glimpses of the struggles on inaccessible digital spaces.
- Quick view on AODA and legislations in other countries.
- High-level tips for different roles
- When: Wednesday, November 29th at 6pm
- Where: Toronto City Hall, Committee Room 4, 100 Queen Street West · Toronto, ON
- Note: Please be advised that we will be looking to get started at 6PM sharp!
RSVP will be limited on a first come first basis. If you end up not requiring the RSVP, please decline the event to allow people in the waitlist to join.
Below is a quick glance of the schedule:
- 6:00 pm - Doors open
- 6:30 pm - Opening remark
- 6:32 pm - Presentation
- 7:15 pm - Q and A
Look forward to seeing everyone!
Please note that all content is subject to change.