IKEA is partnering with medical wearables company UNYQ to release a line of gaming accessibility product.
AVs have the chance to make mobility far more accessible to many more groups.
This post is part of a (somewhat loose) series about being disabled at university, with a focus on graduate school: problems we encounter, how we deal with them, and what you can do that will make things easier for fellow graduate students with disabilities.
DIY innovators, and consumer products, have had to fill gaps in policy.
While advocates have made progress, some students feel the University still isn’t equipped to support their needs.
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.
At every turn, the design of our environments either creates barriers or opens doors. Let’s design a more humane world
Smartphones have become essential in everyday life and with Apple’s unwavering commitment to creating a platform that is accessibility-friendly they are also ensuring that there are an entire suite of features for disabled users too.
Tracey Proudlock from Proudlock Associates – the award-winning disability and inclusive design consultants – talks to us about inclusive design, how it is letting down disabled people and what can be done better.
Straight from the Tech Abilities Podcast, we bring you the Alt Text demo. This works great and now more and more photos may get posted and the alternative text will give us all a clue to what the picture is displaying.