Join us for UXPA Boston's April Meeting and learn how to create more inclusive products and services with a user-centered design approach
We know how important accessibility is to make sure we’re not excluding any of our users. But how can we know if our products and services are truly inclusive? Is it following a prescribed list of criteria, or meeting the minimum legal requirements? Too often, websites might “check all the boxes,” but their users are still unable to meaningfully engage with their product. In this session, we’ll look at what it means to shift our focus from compliance to a user-centered design approach to create better, more inclusive products and services.
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