Universal Design: Making Great Products for Everyone

Accessibility is usually one of the last items on a project plan checklist and can result in some unexciting and often troublesome changes.  But what if you could include it at the beginning and end up with an even better product for every customer? Universal Design focuses on designing for the most customers possible but in a practical, elegant way.


Tuesday, March 3rd from 6:30pm to 9pm (NOT Wednesday)


Oshman FJCC
Freidenrich Conference Center – fourth floor
3921 Fabian Way
Palo Alto, CA 94303


6:30pm: Registration/networking
7:30pm: Presentation
9pm: Wrap-up/networking


Free for SVPMA members
$30 for non-members who register before the day of the event
$40 for non-members who register online or in person on the day of the event
** Credit cards only – no cash or checks accepted at the door

Note: Event fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Registration is free with annual membership. Enroll or Renew your annual membership now! Check out the benefits of membership.

About the Speaker

Kait Hines is a UX designer for Amazon, working on turning Alexa into an indispensable piece of assistive technology.  Her most recent project, “Alexa, what’s in my hand?”, won Voice Experience of the Year at the Project Voice Conference.  Prior to Amazon, Kait worked for GEICO in Washington, DC, designing for a variety of spaces. She led the design efforts on their award winning app and was a founding member of their design and research team.  Kait earned her B.A in Psychology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and has over 10 years of experience in the field of UX.