At World Usability Day 2021 on November 11, UXPA Cleveland will once again bring together—this year, virtually—professionals, practitioners, and industry experts for an intensive, informative, and intriguing day of professional development sessions and networking.
We are actively lining up our 2021 speakers to share insights on various topics related to this year’s theme: “Design of Our Online World.”
In a short span of 30 years, the Internet has transformed our lives and reduced the world to a global village. From work meetings to medical appointments, many of our daily activities have turned virtual. We are now faced with the challenges of designing for our online world:
– How do we create trust in the online environment?
– What are the ethical implications of our designs?
– How do we design for accessibility, to ensure that everyone can use our designs?
During our second online World Usability Day, we will explore online design systems that are helping us stay connected, learn, and grow in these transformational times.
We’re looking for speakers who can share their ideas about and experiences with designing for trust, accessibility, and ethics. What risks or opportunities—or both—do you see? We’d love to hear your insights!
The online sessions are 45 minutes in length, and if selected to speak, you will receive complimentary admission to the conference and a speaker fee.
Real-world case studies
Interested? Send the following information to email@example.com by 6 p.m. EST on July 31, 2021:
A short descriptive paragraph (8-9 sentences)
A list of audience takeaways
Information about yourself, including any previous speaking experience
After that, we’ll confirm receiving your proposal and get back to you with any questions. The program will be announced August 9, 2021.