39 min

Who are you Leaving Out? How Inclusive Are Your Communications practices‪?‬ Triple Vision

    • Society & Culture

In this latest podcast, the Triple Vision team reimagines what inclusive communications could look like by speaking with Denis Boudreau, owner of the firm Inklusive communications. Denis is a writer and speaker in the area of inclusive communications. In this podcast he describes the importance of businesses and individuals including a diversity of recipients in their communications, and where they have fallen down, or have had little exposure to this area. He also discusses many tips for individuals an organizations for improving their communications practices.
Most colleges still don't have accessibility baked into their programs. They might have someone who speaks about it, tangentially, as part of a course, but its not embedded as part of anything we do. so, in most cases when accessibility is being taught to them its this extra course that they might take sitting in parallel with everything else, while in reality we have known for a long time that they only way accessibility can be successful is if its embedded into what you are doing.
Resources:
Denis Boudreau, Inklusiv Communication
Founder & Chief Inclusion Officer, Trainer, Speaker and author
Website: https://inklusiv.ca
Book: The Inclusive Speaker, available on Amazon
Through this book, author Denis Boudreau, a 22+ year web accessibility and digital equality veteran, shares his perspectives on systemic exclusion as being one of the greatest communication threats to face businesses today, and how brands can be more successful, simply by doing the right thing by their audience and empowering them to truly connect.



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In this latest podcast, the Triple Vision team reimagines what inclusive communications could look like by speaking with Denis Boudreau, owner of the firm Inklusive communications. Denis is a writer and speaker in the area of inclusive communications. In this podcast he describes the importance of businesses and individuals including a diversity of recipients in their communications, and where they have fallen down, or have had little exposure to this area. He also discusses many tips for individuals an organizations for improving their communications practices.
Most colleges still don't have accessibility baked into their programs. They might have someone who speaks about it, tangentially, as part of a course, but its not embedded as part of anything we do. so, in most cases when accessibility is being taught to them its this extra course that they might take sitting in parallel with everything else, while in reality we have known for a long time that they only way accessibility can be successful is if its embedded into what you are doing.
Resources:
Denis Boudreau, Inklusiv Communication
Founder & Chief Inclusion Officer, Trainer, Speaker and author
Website: https://inklusiv.ca
Book: The Inclusive Speaker, available on Amazon
Through this book, author Denis Boudreau, a 22+ year web accessibility and digital equality veteran, shares his perspectives on systemic exclusion as being one of the greatest communication threats to face businesses today, and how brands can be more successful, simply by doing the right thing by their audience and empowering them to truly connect.



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Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/david-best9/message

39 min

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