Accessibility as an afterthought

Yesterday evening, Mark Rutte, the Prime Minister of The Netherlands announced that a number of restrictions that had been put in place due to the global pandemic are being slowly lifted. From June 1st, public transport will be running as normal. With one notable difference.

Hairdressers and other professions can restart operations from May 11, cafes and restaurants will be able to open from June 1 — within limits — and face masks will also be compulsory on…

Removing barriers to include more people, with design solutions that benefit all.

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Dean Birkett

Dean Birkett

Versatile, Senior-Level UX Designer on a mission to design and inspire more accessible solutions.

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