Designing for non-visible and cognitive disabilities

Posted by Cyber-Duck

Join Cyber-Duck for an exclusive panel webinar on Wednesday 24th May (4pm BST) on designing inclusive digital products, experiences and services, with a focus on accessibe design for non and less-visible disabilities. 


While there have been major strides in making digital products and services accessible for Disabled people, it’s frequently treated as an afterthought. Businesses overlook basic details and fall into easily avoidable accessibility traps. This is particularly true for non and less-visible disabilities that include: cognitive and learning disabilities, chronic ailments, hearing and visual impairments, and mobility issues. 

The panel for this upcoming roundtable will explore the principles for designing for non visible disabilities. We will explore how businesses can build accessibility into their company culture and look at specific solutions to making digital products and experiences accessible and inclusive for all users.


  • Caroline Eglinton (Head of Inclusion, East West Railway Company)
  • Cat Noone (CEO, Stark)
  • Chris Giles (Senior UX Designer, Cyber-Duck)

Key Learnings:

  • Tackling common misconceptions of disability
  • Embedding accessibility in user-centred design
  • Applying accessibility to all aspects of a service, including physical spaces and digital products
  • Understanding key digital inclusion regulations and guidelines
  • Improving internal knowledge and practices

You can find out more information and register for free via our website 


Wed, 24 May 2023
16:00 - 17:00


City of London

Live Streamed via Zoom




Established in 2005, Cyber-Duck is a leading digital transformation agency that works with exciting startups and global brands such as the Bank of England, Mitsubishi Electric and Cancer Research. Cyber-Duck delivers transformation that is powered by user-centred design, data and technology. The company blends an ISO-accredited design process with lean and agile management principles, and draws expertise from investment in creative R&D.

The Cyber-Duck team have spoken as industry experts on BBC Watchdog and at many notable conferences, including SXSWi, UKTI, UXPA and UX London. The company has won some of the most sought after industry awards, including the Webby, Wirehive 100 and UX UK Awards. They were ranked as one of the top five agencies for client satisfaction by The Drum’s Independent Agencies census, as well as being listed in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 (EMEA).

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