Join Entro's Edmund Li for a panel discussion at George Brown College School of Design on the ways in which accessible design has the power to improve the lives of all users.
Design at the Intersection of Accessibility and Inclusion
Date: Thursday, May 5th, 2022
Time: 1:00 – 2:30pm EDT
To be meaningful and inclusive, accessibility must underpin all of the work and processes of a designer. But where do we start? As designers, we play a critical role in providing experiences that are more navigable— whether two or three-dimensional.
This panel discussion explores the ways in which accessible design has the power to improve the lives of all users. Industry professionals, faculty members, alumni, and students from the School of Design will share their projects and insights on the triumphs, challenges, barriers and opportunities in accessible design. Audience members will be able to ask questions and share their own perspectives on accessibility and design.
Ana Rita Morais (Chair, School of Design) (Moderator)
Janis Yee (Employment Consultant / Lead Facilitator, ACCESS Employment)
Edmund Li (Associate / Design Director, Entro Communications)
Chris Lange (Faculty, Graphic Design & Brand Design)
Kiefer Ortuoste (Student, Digital Experience Design)
Arjit Singh (Student, Interactive Media Management)