Chief Innovation Strategist, UsableNet
Senior UI/UX Designer, UsableNet
Recorded October 2020
In the wake of COVID-19 lockdown and even before it, users are more frequently using mobile and native apps. Some estimates show that 90 percent of the time spent on mobile devices occurred within native applications. Apps drive engagement, boost customer loyalty, and give brands more options for personalization of their experiences, so the implications of providing an inaccessible experience are magnified.
In this online seminar, you will learn how to prioritize and optimize UX design for mobile and native apps, reviewing design principles that ensure inclusion for all.
- How the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) criteria match up in mobile and native app design
- Review 18 Mobile and Native App Inclusive UX examples
- Examples separated under the 4 core accessibility principles
- Perceivable Principle
- Operable Principle
- Understandable Principle
- Robustness Principle
- Technical explanations for each and how they connect back to the WCAG
- Your recording will be available for viewing as soon as payment is processed.
- The link to view the online seminar will be emailed to the address used for registration.
Mobile App Accessibility
60 minute online seminar