Professor Bess Williamson in her book Accessible America: A History Of Disability and Design wrote that “Design is a hopeful practice, one that looks to improve the current state of things and connect to functionality with a human, creative, sensitive touch.”
Brewability Lab, the first brewery in the U.S. staffed by adults with developmental disabilities, is making moves.
Design leaders at Google, Microsoft, Uber, and Dropbox share their perspective about the importance of empathy, inclusive design and diversity.
Designing for inclusion means continuously asking the right questions in an effort to push the boundaries of software design and pave the way for a future where no user gets left behind.
Microsoft, Bank of America and CVS are just a few big companies that profit from their proactive employment practices.
People with disabilities are often disregarded by hiring managers who bring their own personal biases into the hiring process.
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