Make Design More Inclusive: Defeat Unconscious Bias in Visuals

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Make Design More Inclusive: Defeat Unconscious Bias in Visuals

Design tells its own story, and great designers want their work to reflect the diversity of our world. In this one-hour webinar from July 2020, we provided tools to counteract unconscious bias in yourself and your audience.

Overview

  • Watch this webinar replay on demand to rethink diversity in design
  • Original broadcast date: July 22, 2020.

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Learning Outcomes

By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Become aware of how to represent diversity throughout your products.
  • Use data in ways that include all populations.
  • Creatively problem-solve when getting physical access to diverse sources is a challenge.
  • Ensure that you engage a diverse group of freelancers when outsourcing.

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Overview

  • Watch this webinar replay on demand to rethink diversity in design
  • Original broadcast date: July 22, 2020.

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Designers frame visual content in ways that connect with an audience, and today’s demographics expect products to reflect their varied life experiences. Inclusive design should not be about completing a checklist but involve a mental reset and an evaluation of one’s own unconscious biases as well as a heightened sensitivity to what visuals might represent to the audience. In this one-hour webinar, originally broadcast on July 22, 2020, UX/UI designer Tan Ly provides tools to counteract unconscious bias in yourself and your audience.

Enroll now to watch the replay for free, thanks to the Society for News Design.

This one-hour webinar was originally broadcast on July 22, 2020 at 2 p.m. Eastern. You can watch the replay when you enroll.

Who should take this course?

Designers and editors for digital and print media; designers for B2B products; marketers aiming to reach consumers.

Cost

This webinar is free to attend, thanks to support from the Society for News Design.

Instructors

  • Tan Ly
    Senior UX/UI designer, CareFirst
    Product manager passionate about creative human-centered design and implementing strategy through user stories, road maps and Agile Methodology. Delivered digital products including mobile apps and...
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