Event: Accessibility and AODA – Implications and Opportunities for Software, Website and Mobile Application Design.

Accessibility and AODA – Implications and Opportunities for Software, Website and Mobile Application Design.

Organisations in Ontario need to become fully compliant with the new AODA legislation, if not they will be vulnerable to large fines. Experts tell us that there are even greater rewards for inclusive design and AODA compliance in the form of better products and services, and improved marketing opportunities.

Conestoga College has organised a talk to give their students a strong introduction to these issues, and have brought together talented speakers to discuss design and accessibility.

For organisations and employees, this is an excellent opportunity to be introduced and gain greater insights into software design for AODA legislation and accessibility.

Speaker line-up:

Speaker #1 – Wayne Pau, Development Architect, Emerging Technologies – Customer Engagements & Special Projects SAP

Speaker #2 – Janna Cameron, Sr. Usability Specialist, Team Lead, Desire2Learn Incorporated

Speaker #3 – Andreas Kyriacou, Systems Integration and Innovation Coordinator, IMS Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning

In addition:

Speaker #4 – Manny Elawar, BlackBerry Developer Evangelist

Manny will speak on the promotion of the BlackBerry Jam space at the Communitech Hub as a resource for all mobile developers to gain expertise and insight into development.

Date: Thursday, March 27, 2014


1:00pm – 3:00pm Presentations

3:00pm – 4:00pm Networking 

Location: Room 1E05, E-Wing, IT school, Doon campus


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