Inclusive Design training synopsis:
In this course, attendees will learn:
- inclusive design concepts and theory
- what a disability is and how it relates to inclusive design
- evidence-based accessible design patterns
- how to conduct an inclusive design review
Who this course is for:
The course is aimed at user experience designers, user experience researchers, user-interface designers, and product designers.
What to expect and prepare:
The training sessions are live and interactive. Each attendee requires access to a desktop or laptop computer with a good internet connection and a headset or microphone and speakers. Instructions for Zoom will be sent with the invitation. You will receive a copy of the module slides via email before each training session.
"Engaging and interesting course on the benefits and application of the inclusive design approach." Brenda, TAFE NSW
"Every digital designer should do this course - inclusive design should always be part of the design thinking." Bec, sixheads
"I really enjoyed the Inclusive Design course! Even though the training had to be done online because of the COVID-19 restrictions, I didn't feel like I was missing out on anything that would have been in the normal course. In fact, I retained more knowledge because the course content was split over four weeks of online training! The interactive activities that we had to do as part of this course allowed me to experience firsthand how a person living with a disability would interact and navigate through websites and mobile devices. I definitely have a greater understanding now of how to create designs that are accessible and inclusive for all." Isabel, Julia Farr Association
"Joshua was great and was very informative with presenting and helping me learn about inclusive design. It's amazing how much I didn't know prior to doing this training and I thought I already knew quite a bit. Thank you!" Patrick, icare
"This is a great course that covers a lot (a lot!) of information about different types of disabilities and assistive technologies, and the solutions and design patterns that are out there. It's heavy on theory and resources (with a great deal of discussion) but there's a bit of a practical element too. I would recommend this for anyone wanting to know more about what a disability is and how inclusive design benefits everyone." Pamela, Sydney Living Museums
Please follow the date links below to register for Inclusive Design training:
2.00 pm to 4.00 pm
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Module 1: Introduction to inclusive design
- What is inclusive design?
- What is disability?
- Broader beneficial impact
- The law, ethics, and beyond
Module 2: Inclusive design patterns:
- Designing for vision loss
- Use of colour
- Typography and text layout
- Designing for screen magnifier users
- Designing for screen reader users
Module 3: Inclusive design patterns, designing for:
- Hearing loss
- Speech loss
- Cognitive and learning
- Physical and motor
- Mental health
Module 4: Application and methodology
- Conduct an inclusive design review
- Inclusive methodology
- Bringing inclusive design back to your workplace
You will be provided with a copy of the module slides and a list of resources for further reading.
- $695 including GST per registration
Group Discount (over four attendees)
- $635 including GST per registration
Phone: 1300 367 055
Email: [email protected]