RNIB Scotland are pleased to announce the upcoming conference "Inclusive Design For Sustainability" to be held at Glasgow Science Centre on June 21-22. This conference will bring together experts to discuss and showcase the latest advancements in accessible and sustainable design and technology, within the context of sight loss and low vision.
The two-day event will feature keynote speeches and panel discussions aimed at highlighting the importance of inclusive and accessible design and its role in creating a sustainable future for all. Executive leaders from Google, Samsung, Sony and Virgin Media O2 will be joining the conference to explore topics including from navigational technology, accessible design and digital wellbeing.
The engaging event will be for all those interested in accessibility and inclusion across the digital and technology sector. “We're excited to bring together experts in the field of inclusive design and sustainability to explore the intersection of these two important areas," says James Adams, RNIB Scotland’s director. "This conference is an opportunity to share ideas and collaborate on innovative solutions that will benefit people of all abilities and help us create a more sustainable and inclusive future.”
Tickets for the Inclusive Design For Sustainability conference are now available at: inclusive-design-conf.eventbrite.co.uk.
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