Dementia and Inclusive Digital Design

Date of webinar: 
23 Feb 2017

dementia image shoiwng leaves being blown from a head-shaped hedgeThe digital revolution means that more and more of us are using and familiar with a whole range of digital services, from online banking to personal messaging and online communications. However our ageing population means that conditions such as Dementia and Alzheimer's are having an impact on the lives of more and more people. 

Webinar: Dementia and Inclusive Digital Design

  • 12noon GMT, Thursday 23 February 2017

This webinar explores the impact memory impairment can have on the way we design and deliver digital services such as apps and websites. It will be suitable for anyone with an interest in how to design services to meet the needs of vulnerable people - from developers and digital designers to business managers, charities and health professionals.

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