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Ladies that UX / LDN Jul 15
The best resources for inclusive and accessible design
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Julianna Rowsell Jul 17
Today I got some stellar news. It erases the pure suck of my morning. Morning: I was rear ended just before the Alexandria Bridge at a fairly high rate of speed. I'm sore, but okay. Afternoon: I received my admission to to complete my masters in !
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AbilityNet Jul 16
What does the future of inclusive design look like? It's right here in the finalists selection of our
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Niko Simonson Jul 13
My son has my partner’s last name. Thankfully we’ve been reminded of our folly.
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Writing WA 3h
Want to know how to create accessible digital books that are inclusive by design? Then download this handy guide by , from [image: cover of 'Inclusive Publishing in Australia' guide]
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Alastair Somerville Jul 19
Talking reading skills & money with son. As we play with money, the lack of numerals on new UK coinage again comes up as a ridiculous piece of design for exclusion.
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Cara O'Sullivan 4h
foundational set of developmentally inspired principles to reframe how powered mobility for should be conceived, designed, and implemented ♿️ - Adaptive - Flexible - Durable - Low-cost - Aesthetic - Accessible
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Ruby Jones Jul 17
Super ineresting video on how different types of tactile paving are used in landscape design to help bind and partially sighted people
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Yemi Adewunmi Jun 6
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DHARMESHBA Jul 20
Tiktok now has explicit language selection.
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Mary C Bon RIBA Jul 15
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Heather Francis Jul 17
This student moved from avoiding writing to not wanting to stop! Clicker Docs is a great tool, and is so powerful!
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Fawzia Khan Durrani Apr 18
A HUGE shout out to this this dynamic team of sewing instructors from the Sewing Studio who spent this week engaging our entire school with their sewing lessons and take home projects- breaking barriers and stereotypes at Donald Cousens
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Anna Leahy Jul 19
Replying to @FTA_DOT @FAANews
7/ The worked to accommodate passengers w/wheelchairs on buses & trains. We need to develop useful policies in line w/ADA for airplanes. RT if you want FAA & manufacturers & airlines to do better together.
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Hassell Inclusion Jul 21
its more than compliance.... "I believe the aim of accessibility is to build a better product, not just a compliant one. Because through this lies sufficient return on investment (ROI) to make the costs of accessibility worthwhile." 
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Brian Pagán 🧠+❤️ Jul 21
"Intent does not erase impact." by from their presentation: Socially Inclusive Design Systems 💁🏽 via
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ASF-UK Jul 21
Workshop team is split into 4 groups, each looking at how information is accessed/shared concerning the built environment at a different scale: home, community, city, planning&policy. Using the methodology.
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Adam Wilton Jul 20
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Joanna Peña-Bickley Jul 19
You have no idea how much I love this !
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ksenia c Jul 19
Insights about how to use to recognize and subvert structures of privilege and oppression
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