Rethinking universal accessibility: A broader approach considering the digital gap
Weber, Ochieng G
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Universal Accessibility” aims at including all people with disabilities in the target population for user-centered design. It is usually focused on the needs of people with disabilities, frequently including elderly people. Even if terms such as “design for all” or “universal” are included in the expression, it frequently happens that a large segment of the disabled population can also be excluded from this approach, due to socio-economical or geo-political issues. This workshop aims at rethinking the concept of Universal Accessibility in order to find ways to include all excluded disabled people
CitationAbascal, J., Barbosa, S. D. J., Joshi, A., Ochieng, D. O., & Weber, G. Workshop proposal:“Rethinking Universal Accessibility: A broader approach considering the digital gap”.
University of Nairobi