Imagine a world where flashes of colour, approaching and receding sound, as well as the kind words of a dedicated family member, are the only way you know where to look.
Digital accessibility expert Dan Holbrook on why empathy is the most important thing when creating accessible products.
From fostering transparency and fairness in elections to alleviating suffering after droughts and natural disasters, we’re all about giving people the platforms they need to raise their voices and be heard.
By understanding the range of abilities and capabilities of the people who use our apps, you can design robust apps that work for everyone.
Universal Design (UD) is an approach to design that increases the potential for developing a better quality of life for a wide range of individuals. It is a design process that enables and empowers a diverse population by improving human performance, health and wellness, and social participation (Steinfeld and Maisel, 2012). It creates products, systems, and environments to be as usable as possible by as many people as possible regardless of age, ability or situation.