e-access 11 Conference
Are you excluding precious customers from your digital services?
28 June, Westminster
In a tough economic climate, it's more vital than ever that your customers and users can access your services: and in the internet age, this means 'e-accessibility'. The UKâs leading conference in this field looks at the business drivers for making your web sites, apps and IT systems as accessible as possible to everybody.
Millions in the UK are affected by some form of disability, so this conference is for all business managers, strategists, policy makers and communicators. You or someone in your team needs to be aware of these issues. Whatever stage you are at with your thinking on 'e-accessibility', from novice to old hand, our conference will help.
Come along to:
â¢ Discuss the legal requirements for equal access
â¢ Gain practical advice on where to start, or hone your expertise
â¢ Access tips on how the find the quick wins for everyone
Speakers include Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries; Stephen Duckworth, Board Member, Olympic Delivery Authority, London 2012; and Jonathan Hassell, Head of Usability, BBC. The event is hosted by OneVoice for Accessible ICT Coalition with E-Access Bulletin.
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Posted on Mon, May 23, 2011