Sunish Gupta is an Accessibility professional delivering his expertise to academia and industry. He applies novel and proven approaches to integrate accessibility into software design and development.
He has more than 20 years of direct industry experience in R&D and marketing. He directed the development of the world’s first portable reading machine for the blind in collaboration with Ray Kurzweil. He currently teaches a graduate course, Accessibility, Inclusiveness and HCI to Computer Science at Northeastern University. He advises assistive technology projects at MIT, UN and other global institutions. He holds a Masters in Systems Design and Management from MIT Sloan School of Management. and a Masters in Computer engineering from the University of Central Florida. He holds a BS in Physics an Bachelor of Education from NCERT (India).
Interactive Accessibility Workshop
- You will learn how to implement proven methodologies, that mean all user touch points of a software business can be made accessible both easily and cost-effectively.
- Understand how to make your software solution accessible to people with disabilities.
- Learn about scalable design and development techniques for implementing accessibility.
- Infuse accessibility into your business processes and design and development efforts.
- Put your solution on the path to achieve regulatory compliance to boost your total addressable market.
- Learn how accessible UX will benefit your existing clients and their customers.