1005 Access Ready: Mobile-first Design in an Open-source Environment

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Friday, June 10



JLG, a leading manufacturer of lift equipment for various industries, needed a way for site supervisors to verify whether an operator had the proper certifications to operate any given piece of equipment, down to the specific model. The company struggled with providing immediate compliance instructions.

This session will address the importance of accessible and mobile-friendly solutions on job sites, including immediate training options and checklists so operators can quickly be cleared for work or directed to compliance courses. You will learn strategies to use in almost all industries where timely confirmation of compliance is essential to productivity. You will also learn the specific solutions implemented to help JLG as well as explore how open source provided an essential level of flexibility, security, and customization for these solutions.

In this session, you will learn:

  • About the importance of accessible and mobile-friendly solutions on job sites
  • Why open source provides an essential level of flexibility, security, and customization for these solutions
  • What it means to be “access ready” and how to implement that in your own business
  • About the importance of design for the full digital learning environment, beyond the LMS

Novice to advanced designers, developers, and directors.

Technology discussed in this session:
Mobile apps and Moodle.

Page Chen

Chief Executive Officer

Two Tree Solutions

Page Chen is a versatile executive with over 15+ years of experience in leading remote teams, driving growth and development in distributed and global organizations. Page’s most recent roles include chief experience officer at Learning Pool and CEO of Remote Learner Inc. She serves on multiple boards and demonstrates a unique skill set in building strategies that produce a robust cultural and knowledge-sharing environment, allowing companies to thrive in today's rapidly changing world. Page is committed to developing leaders within organizations to excel and achieve, resulting in more scalable and resilient businesses. Recognized for a proactive approach in enabling teams to manage change, Page has spent two decades researching the intersection where strategy and technology come together to allow for the design of impactful digital learning experiences that scale. Whether authoring textbook chapters, speaking at global events, mentoring CEOs, or consulting on learning experience strategies for Fortune 500 companies, federal agencies, or universities, she excels at helping organizations identify their core requirements and achieve a solution that exceeds their desired results.

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