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When people talk about accessible and inclusive websites, they are mainly talking about the fact that a website is usable for (blind) visitors that use a screen reader and for people with a visual impairment or color blindness. It also… Read more Inclusive Design is Design September 25th, 2018
Everything we use started as a design. A team sat down and came up with the design of the computer, tablet or phone from which you are reading this article. I sat down and came up with the design of… Read more Inclusive Design and Deafness June 20th, 2018
I started attending conferences, workshops, and meetups around 2012 or so. I have been deaf since late 2007. But it wasn't until three years later that I found out there existed such a thing as a text interpreter. It took… Read more Attending conferences with a text interpreter June 8th, 2018
Since I moved to the Netherlands in the year 2000, my main transport mode has been public transport. During my college years, I lived in another city than where I attended school and had to travel a total of 3… Read more Accessible Train Travel