Lessons Learned: Canada’s Past, Present, and Future Leadership in Digital Accessibility
“Skate to where the puck is going, not to where it is.” – Wayne Gretzky
Canada is recognized as a global leader in digital accessibility, most recently with their introduction of the Accessible Canada Act. Like all countries, Canada has an imperfect history when it comes to accessibility and inclusivity, but what can others learn from Canada in how to operationalize an accessible ecosystem? How can other countries build inclusive practices into their culture and legislation?
On Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), join us as David Berman, an internationally recognized expert in inclusive design and strategic communications, discusses Canada’s history of leadership in accessibility, as well as predicting where the puck is heading regarding regulations and emerging standards that can benefit everyone within and beyond its borders.
David will share experience and insights that will help you leave no one behind online… while enjoying the “Accessibility Dividend” for all.