Inclusive Design, more than you hear

Websites are a very visual medium. You therefore might think that they will work for people who are deaf. But is that true?

Marie van Driessche gives inclusive design tips on improving the usability and readability of your website. She will sign about how sign language is an intrinsically different way of communicating and how to make your website accessible for Deaf people, but actually for everyone.

Marie Van Driessche

Marie Van Driessche

Interaction designer - Accessibility consultant

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