January 11, 2022 at 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm



Conversations about digital accessibility are predominantly centered on the technical and monetary expenses of implementation in products and applications. Missing from these conversations are socioeconomic factors faced by people with disabilities that can be significant blockers to digital access more than any design or technical inaccessibility.

In this talk, we will dive into learning about the economic realities of disability in America and the repercussions of overlooking those realities in digital access.

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Broke with Accessible Taste: Understanding the Economics of Digital Access in US