Areas of expertise
- Strategic ICT accessibility consulting services in industries like government, education, banking, insurance, retail, and transportation.
Bill Curtis-Davidson is an established enterprise ICT accessibility strategist and sought-after public speaker. He also serves on the External Advisory Board of Georgia Tech's M.S. in Human-Computer Interaction Program.
He received an M.S. in Information Design & Technology in 1998 from the Georgia Tech School of Literature, Media & Communication, and has worked as an adjunct professor and research scientist in the Georgia Tech Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access. Bill has served on a number of industry and government advisory and standards development committees, and is an advocate for workforce diversity (LGBT, disabilities) and inclusive design.
For 10 years, Bill worked for IBM Accessibility, where he provided architectural leadership for commercialized IBM Research accessibility technologies, led development of IBM's accessibility services portfolio, and provided strategic accessibility consulting services to IBM clients.
Courses and Programs taught by Bill Curtis-Davidson
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