Accessibility is only one component of an overall Inclusive Design approach. Learn how to connect the dots between different disciplines of Inclusive Design, including accessibility. Define requirements and safeguards to ensure inclusion for all.
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Fascinating to hear @yatil talk about how the word "race" was basically wiped out of German culture following World War 2 and replaced by other less triggering words. It's an incredibly sensitive topic, and could clearly hear the discomfort in Eric's voice. #knowbilityDesign
"#inclusiveDesign is about designing a diversity of ways in which people can participate so that they can all have a sense of belonging" (or something like that) - a very powerful quote from the late Susan Goltsman. #knowbilityDesign
#universalDesign works great for physical objects like buildings and such, but in the digital world, the concept quickly breaks down when you design with a one-size-fits-all approach in mind. You need more adaptation. #knowbilityDesign