A community response to a #DisabilityDongle

Image of a man sitting in a prototype wheelchair at the bottom of a set of stairs.

A Disability Dongle is a well intended elegant, yet useless solution to a problem we never knew we had. Disability Dongles are most often conceived of and created in design schools and at IDEO.

After Mashable posted a video on Twitter, showcasing a new, but completely unoriginal #DisabilityDongle, I thought it might be useful to compile a series of responses from within the disability community into a single document, simply for reference.

These Tweets were pulled from Alice Wong’s timeline. Alice is an essential follow for any Twitter user.

And now, for responses:

The Inclusive Liz Jackson

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