Nice to be here I'm Yuri, and I work at Typeform as Senior Product Designer. I'm part of the team that has been working towards making Typeform accessible. I wanted to give you a quick heads-up on a community event that's happening on Thursday 20th May (which is Global Accessibility Awareness Day).
Typeform's journey towards accessibility has been long and complex. We have learned a lot along the way – and thanks to the great work we've done, we're now in a much stronger position in terms of being able to deliver a Typeform experience that is accessible to all.
This Thursday at 8AM EST I'll be joining Principal User Researcher Olga Hörding to share our journey. We'll revisit a talk we gave at Typeform's recent Meaningful event, where we discussed:
- What disability means
- Typeform's accessibility journey—what have we been doing? To what extent can we say Typeform is accessible now? What's still left on the roadmap?
- Our key takeaways - what we have learned about developing accessible products.
After we've replayed the session, Olga and I will be on hand to answer your questions about accessibility.
The event will be broadcast live on YouTube and you can find out more details here. Feel free to ask any questions ahead of time here if you can't make it live and we'll do our best to answer them live (we'll post the recording here afterwards).
Looking forward to sharing our story with you!
⭐⭐⭐ UPDATE - MAY 20th ⭐⭐⭐
The event took place today – and as promised here is the recording where you can replay the whole thing:
Thanks so much to everyone who came along, we really appreciate it. If you have any questions or want to discuss anything related to what we talked about please use the comments below, we’d love to hear from you!