Designing Inclusive Digital Experiences with Leaders from Google, Headspace, and Capital One
Inclusive design is the practice of ensuring your product can be accessed and used by as many individuals as possible. Top brands not only meet the legal requirements but incorporate inclusive design principles at every stage of the journey to ensure their websites, products, and marketing represent all their users.
While many still believe this is difficult and expensive, accessible products have proven to perform better, including stronger search performance, expanded reach, streamlined UX and UI, and faster download times.
Join BrainStation for a discussion with marketing and design leaders about the major considerations and lessons learned in designing accessible digital products, as well as emerging trends in inclusive design.
- JR Miller, UX Writer at Google
- Eunjoo Kim, UX Design Lead at Google Assistant
- Frank Bach, Lead Product Designer at Headspace
- Klaus Heesch, Director, Experience Design at Capital One
Register today to secure your spot!
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