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6th European eAccessibility Forum
Putting eAccessibility at the core of information systems

26/03/2012, 9:00 - 18:00
Cité des sciences et de l'industrie, Paris

 
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Mobile Apps for Everyday Life

Sylvie Duchateau (Paris, France)
BrailleNet Association
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Tanguy Loheac (Paris)
Sanofi-aventis
Tanguy.Loheac@sanofi-aventis.com

Speaker's information


photo Sylvie Duchateau

Sylvie Duchateau is in charge of AccessiWeb's international relations. She coordinates BrailleNet actions in the WAI-TIES project (Web Accessibility Initiative and Training Implementation Education and Support). She is also auditing and participating in AccessiWeb training program.

 
photo Tanguy Loheac

Tanguy Loheac est accessibility expert at Sanofi-aventis. Developer and moderator of the Metro-site connexion.org, a website intended to give itineraries in the Paris metro, Tanguy Loheac was formerly instructor with visually impaired people.

With a degree in International Management and a diploma of IT project manager, he worked in 2005 with BrailleNet as coordinator for the realization of the Guide AccessiWeb, and has been involved in trainings and audits at AccessiWeb.

 

Summary


This workshop intends to show how mobile devices can help people with disabilities to be better included in their daily or professional life. The fields of information, culture, transportation, communication are not only more accessible for users without disabilities, they are also more accessible for people with disabilities through non specific applications that have been developed for all and through mainstream tools. We demonstrated, among other things, how easy it is to exchange mails, to find out a roadmap, to read a recent book, to tweet, or to catch on the fly a printed document.


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