As part of their ongoing series on the UXPA 2014 International Conference in London, Futureheads colleagues Giorgia Rossini (Associate Consultant, UX Team) and Liz Inskip (Resourcer, UX Team Support) are interviewing some of the conference speakers. They're asking them about their own careers, the conference itself, and a few questions about the conference theme - motivation.
Caleb Tang: Accessibility and Inclusive Design
Caleb Tang is a freelancer, having worked as a UX and Accessibility Consultant for the last six years, with a background in web development. His passion lies in inclusive design, and here he tells us how he get into the career he’s in now, how he explains it to others, and what he finds so compelling about it.
UXPA 2014 Conference: Highlights and Caleb’s talks
In the next video, we asked Caleb what his talk is going to be about and what other things he plans to do whilst there. Caleb is also a volunteer for UXPA, so you’ll definitely see him at some point during the conference!
Conference theme: Motivation
We end our interview asking a bit more about the conference theme and how it relates to the talks. It’s also a great time to think a bit more about what we want people to be motivated to do, how we can help with that, and most importantly, what motivates us. Here Caleb tells us what he thinks about motivation.
We hope that hearing Caleb talk about his passion for Inclusive Design has you excited for his talks on Monday 21st and Thursday 24th – 6pm and 11am respectively. As an added bonus to blog readers, we’re giving you a 10% off the registration fee for any tutorial with the code tutoral10.