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Inclusive Design in Tech Workplaces

Aligning with Queensland Women’s Week, join the team from the Centre of Inclusive Design for a foundational workshop that covers the fundamentals of inclusive design theory, explores real-life examples and enables participants to start their journey in this field. 

Event Start: Tue 05 Mar 05:00 PM AEST
Event Finish: Tue 05 Mar 08:00 PM AEST


Registration End Date: Mon 04 Mar 05:30 PM

Aligning with Queensland Women’s Week, join the team from the Centre for Inclusive Design for a foundational workshop that covers the fundamentals of inclusive design theory, explores real-life examples and enables participants to start their journey in this field. <br><br>The workshop will explore internal biases and rapid brainstorming activities. <br>Participants of the workshops will be geared to start conversations of inclusive design within their business and have details on how to succeed in this space.<br><br><em>*If you are not a current ACS member, you will be asked to &#39;create an account&#39;. Your details will be used for registration processes only.<br><br>**If you experience technical issues, please contact <strong></strong></em><br> 

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Nicola Steel

Nicola Steel

Founder, JJP Talent Solutions 

Nicola Steel is the Founder of JJP Talent Solutions, an IT recruitment business based in Brisbane. She has over 20 years IT recruitment experience in both Australia and the UK working with a diverse range of clients. Since 1999, she has connected over 1000 tech professionals with high growth startups, innovative SMEs and visionary corporates. Over 99% of candidates she places pass their probation period and become highly valued team members thus avoiding the pain and cost of a bad hire. Nicola is the Preferred Recruitment Partner to both the Australian Computer Society and River City Labs. One of her passions is helping tech startups to scale and grow and she is also a Mentor at River City Labs. Nicola is passionate about improving diversity within the tech industry as well as building high performing tech teams and outstanding IT careers.

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Scott Sumner

Scott Sumner

Inclusive User Experience Manager, Centre for Inclusive Design

Scott is a leader in understanding the implications of inclusion across policy, technology, user experience and value creation. With a background in inclusive research and marketing, he focuses on empowering others to design inclusively by embedding capacity within businesses. Scott works with a number of organisations on the alignment between values, privilege and inclusion. Scott is a lead collaborator with CfID partner, Inclusive Design Research Centre in Toronto.

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Level 3, 315 Brunswick St,Fortitude Valley,QLD,Australia

  • where

  • Event Space, The Precinct, TC Beirne Building
    Level 3, 315 Brunswick St
    Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
  • when

  • Event Start:
    Tue 05 Mar 05:00 PM AEST

    Event Finish:
    Tue 05 Mar 08:00 PM AEST
  • event price

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