Designing for Accessibility with Jenny Kowalski

Join us May 15 for Designing for Accessibility with Jenny Kowalski, Assistant Professor at Lehigh University!

87% of people in the United States can access real-world and technological experiences without barriers. In the shadow of the 87% awaits the 13% of people who cannot access these experiences. These people are in need of thoughtful and intuitive design experiences that improve their quality of life.

This virtual talk will discuss the importance of designing for accessibility and how you can incorporate best practices into your own work.

Jenny is an Assistant Professor at Lehigh University whose work explores graphic & interactive design and technology for education, experimentation, and understanding.

Jenny’s work has been recognized by Graphis, Graphic Design USA, the Horizon Interactive Awards and Creative Quarterly. She has presented at multiple conferences related to design education including the University and College Design Education Summit, Design Principles & Practices, and the College Art Association Annual Conference.

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2024

Time: 6:30-8:00PM EST

Location: Zoom

Members FREE | Non-members $5

When & Where
Wed, May 15, 2024 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM EDT