June 23, 2020

I stumbled on the topic of accessibility and inclusion while learning user experience (UX) design from MOOCs. At first, I thought it’s a reasonably familiar topic but I couldn’t have been more wrong. After reading through several resources, I now firmly believe, there is no better way to practice user empathy than understanding accessibility and inclusion. This blog post outlines the need for accessibility and inclusion in building products and how it’s a win for everyone involved.

Disability — redefined

When I heard disability, I used to think about people with physical disability such as those those who have lost their limbs, vision, hearing....read more
By Karthikeyan Malaisamy

Karthikeyan Malaisamy

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