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#49: Chris Cid: Practical Accessibility / Eric Chan: "Design Processes through the Eyes of an Artist"

Tue, 15 Jan 2019 19:00 - 21:00

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1-3 Kioichō, 千代田区 Chiyoda-ku, Tōkyō-to 102-0094

Takuma Kokubo Takayuki ONO Takanori Kurahashi ピアリー・ブレット (b_d_m_p) 横路一樹 David Kim Karin Inoue Roy Husada 莊智超 Motoki Habuchi Yukino Rishabh Gupta 能勢康宏 Hikaru Masamiya michiokuratani Rainie Mai + 55 more participants
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Free for students. There will be basic drinks and onigiri.

Happy New Year everyone!

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There will be two presentations on the night:

Chris Cid: Practical Accessibility (ENG)
Why do we need to care about Inclusive Design, A11Y, WCAG, WAI. ARIA and other cryptic terms? Chris, a Tokyo-based UX engineer, will explain the importance of accessible UX, UI and development in order to be able to provide inclusive design results for digital projects

Eric Chan: "Design Processes through the Eyes of an Artist" (ENG)
How does design process / methodology work in the eyes of an artist? With the successful creation of the 100-foot (30.48 meter) mural for the Canada Science & Technology Museum, Digital Artist Eric Chan a.k.a. EEPMON will go behind the scenes on this ambitious public project. http://eepmon.com

Then there will be networking until 9pm. And then the world famous nijikai (after party).

Registration closes at noon on the day of the event.

It's an open, inclusive group. Anyone interested in UX is welcome. Please get in touch if you have any questions.

We're always interested in hearing from people who'd like to give a presentation.

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