FronteND and BackeND (Accommodate NeuroDiversity in your products)

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Main track

Accommodating neurodiversity in our products (whether it comes to our product framework, our UI and GUI, or product documentation) is one of the often overlooked methods that we can use to be more accessible, inclusive, and user-friendly.

We often hear about making our products more accessible for a global audience, and for users with physical disabilities, but what about neurodiversity?

As a member of the One Identity by Quest Technical Communications Team, the Quest Equality & Inclusion Council, and the One Identity Technical Communications Style Guide Committee, I prioritize making products accommodating for the widest possible spectrum.

In my session, I will bring you challenges that neurodiverse users face every day, pinpoint struggles they encounter when using less-than-inclusive products, and offer best practices about how you can make your products accessible, inclusive, and user-friendly for a neurodiverse audience, too.

Anna Korinna Németh-Szabó

Anna Korinna Németh-Szabó

One Who Docs (Technical Writer Advisor at Quest Software - One Identity)

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