Many people use accessibility and inclusive design as interchangeable terms. However, they are not the same thing. Accessibility is an outcome, and inclusive design is a process. As an outcome, accessibility is a thing that we measure — how well does a digital asset meet technical requirements such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines? How easy is it for someone with a disability to use? Can people with different disabilities complete tasks?
The Netflix documentary, executive produced by Barack and Michelle Obama, is groundbreaking in its depiction of people with disabilities and their fight for civil rights. Here’s why.
Eight important trends that will help you get ahead and be more inclusive with respect to disabilities in 2020.
How inclusion shapes design: an interview with inclusive designer Kat Holmes
A group of University at Buffalo architects and researchers is looking to create a bridge for builders to access the latest design trends.
This series will explore concepts, practices, and organizational shifts that are central to inclusive pedagogy in higher education.
The Singaporean government is committed to creating a more inclusive society, yet there’s a lack of initiatives which will make this a reality for all.
When building products (digital ones but this could also apply to other products), color choice is important. The color can convey your brand identity, help users understand information, etc.
Universal design has been part of Norway’s national policies and strategies for more than 15 years and is preferred to the traditional approach of accessibility for people with disabilities in public environments.