Webinar – A Webinar of Anxiety: developments in accessibility for people with anxiety and panic disorders
Presented on May 24, 2022 at 12pm ET
Awareness of the impact of online accessibility for people with anxiety and panic disorders has grown in recent years. High-pressure sales tactics and deceptive patterns have caught the attention of lawmakers. Banks have introduced new measures to support vulnerable customers. Social media companies have recognized the impact of their services on users’ mental health. But has this made any difference?
In this webinar, TPGi’s Dr. David Swallow, Lead UX Consultant and Senior Accessibility Engineer will provide an update on developments in understanding this often-overlooked aspect of web accessibility. He’ll explore aspects of user interface and user experience design that contribute to feelings of anxiety and panic. He’ll also examine whether the web is still as anxiety-inducing as ever, highlight recent initiatives aimed at addressing anxiety-related issues, and share recommendations on what organizations can do to improve the user experience for people with anxiety and panic disorders.
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A Webinar of Anxiety: developments in accessibility for people with anxiety and panic disorders