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Image from Microsoft’s Inclusive Design Toolkit (pdf download).

All of us have channels of perception that have been underutilized. In our visually-dominated world, it is time to give some more room to the senses that have extra bandwidth.

Creating technology that can be used one-handed, without visual feedback, without auditory feedback, without touch or without focused attention enables your product to be used more widely, in more circumstances, and under more conditions across the spectrum of humanity. …


Kellyn Yvonne Standley

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