Recently I got an opportunity to present as part of Design Thinking series at IBM. Thanks to my good friend Suresh and his colleague Ajay for having invited me. Below is the deck that was presented.
Participants were pretty enthusiastic and shown a keen interest to start their journey into accessibility.
This is a talk being presented at 50p Conference on 9th February 2018.
Below are the slides and full text will be made available soon.
Hello Everyone, My name is Srinivasu, I lead accessibility at Informatica.
On 6th December, 2017 – I have got an opportunity to speak at Thomson Reuters as part of their events on the eve of International Week of People with Disabilities. It was fabulous to see participants from diverse groups.
I have talked about how accessibility creates more impact and benefits other than just a checklist item or legal requirement.
This is a presentation have done on the eve of Global Accessibility Awareness Day at PayPal on 18th May 2017.
Full text is work in progress and will be available soon. Apologies – just in midst of too many happenings,
This is a presentation I have made at a panel discussion held on 19th December, 2016 at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
Thank you for having me here. Good to see many of my old friends!
This is full text of presentation made at UX India on 21st October, 2016.
Thank you for having me here and I’m delighted to talk about inclusive design. Thank you UX India organizers for including this topic as part of this conference.
Disclaimer: This full text is work in progress so some part would be missing.
This has been presented by Glenda Sims and Srinivasu Chakravarthula at Techshare India 2016 on 4th March, 2016. Slides are available on Slideshare and also embedded below:
Enterprise Level Tools and solutions for Accessibility –
This has been presented as 4th Learning Session to the members and guests of W3C Accessibility in India Community Group. Objective of these learning sessions is to raise awareness about accessibility and enhance network of accessibility professionals.
Below are the slides presented in the session: