When we speak about website design, primarily we talk about the aesthetics — color schemes, images, layout, text size, and fonts. But there is so much more going on behind the scenes that determine whether the design is user-friendly, inclusive and accessible.
Website content architecture improvements such as consistent navigation and clear sitemaps, are features that can improve the browsing experience, especially for those relying on assistive technologies. Join our panelists and prepare for an interesting journey of website tours from the perspective of users with visual impairment.
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Technical Website Builder III
Lazar Bulatovic is the first and only blind world's public speaking coach. After working in a few companies and organizations, he decided to start own business and help people get better at presenting.
Assistive technologies are part of Lazar's daily life over the past 17 years. He always follows the latest accessibility trends, because this is very important way to advance professionally and stay connected with people. Along with English, Lazar speaks German and Russian.
He is graduated sociologist and enjoys swimming fishing and going out with friends.
If you want to learn more about his work, just check his LinkedIn profile and feel free to contact him with any questions:
Anne-Mieke Bovelett runs an internationally focused web agency in Düsseldorf (Germany) and operates in English, German, and Dutch. She's a passionate accessibility advocate. One of her favorite things in life is teaching web designers how to convert an inaccessible design to accessible profitable design, torching all myths around accessibility. She also works as a technical interpreter (translates geekspeak to humanspeak and vice versa), specialized in functional design in an unorthodox way.