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As UX designers, we advocate for accessibility in our products, services, and experiences every day. But we often overlook our own workplaces. To make our teams and workplaces more inclusive for everyone, we need to be aware of the unintended barriers that we create for our current and potential employees who have physical or mental disabilities — which have surprising parallels to familiar concepts in UX. As a UX designer with hearing loss, Quinn will explore some of these barriers in connection to his own experiences, and share how we're uniquely positioned to take an active role in removing barriers in our workplaces to build stronger teams.