Joe Gelb has over twenty years of experience helping enterprises implement, maintain and capitalize on structured content. At Zoomin Software, he has spearheaded the development of advanced technology solutions for dynamic content delivery.
Prior to founding Zoomin and Suite Solutions, Joe was the CTO at Live Linx, a leading provider of software and system integration services for technical product information, where he designed and implemented solutions for aerospace, defense, manufacturing and hi-tech companies. Joe holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.
Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Section 508 mandates that digital content be accessible to all people, even those with disabilities. Digital content is deemed to be accessible if it can be used as effectively by people with disabilities as by those without. Section 508 lays out guidelines for making content accessible to all.
Many of the changes you can make to your content in order to enhance its utility for people with disabilities can provide value elsewhere. For example, making your content more accessible to the vision-impaired can also make your content more accessible and consumable for voice interfaces and chatbots.
Attend this session to explore with Joe Gelb how making content accessible to everyone can provide your organization with hidden benefits and aid in the adoption of emerging content delivery channels. Discover how bringing your company’s accessibility team into the mix can help you move intelligent assistant projects forward and ascribe greater monetary value to your content.