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Jeewan C 2h
Omg this- then we talk about the need to expose kids to a variety of genres and the word "classics" becomes a code that erases Indigenous, Black and racialized authors, stories, lived experiences. Then we penalize children who can't relate to it too! Why we need
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Cat Drew Aug 15
Design Can: great set of resources and tools for 👏🏽👏🏿👏🏾👏🏻👏
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Les McMahon Oct 16
Insync Bikes and Inventor Pushing Ahead with Special Needs Trike Design
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DisabilityInnovation Oct 18
Submissions are now live for our 2020 Disability Innovation Summit in Tokyo 🇯🇵 We're looking for brilliant ideas, products, innovations and speakers. Find out more and get involved 👇
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Denis Boudreau - 10xColorBlind Sep 17
Does anybody have any Twitter recommendations for or unsung heroes who don’t as much visibility as they should? I‘d like to add more diversity to my timeline... more people of color, more gender diversity, more diverse perspectives, etc.
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J ☠️ H N Jul 9
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Microsoft Design Aug 27
The first step toward more is changing how you think about your “average” user. Ditch the dated user personas and opt for a persona spectrum that helps you design for real people in real situations.
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Content Design London Oct 6
On : 1. Capitalise first letter of each word in hashtags 2. Use image description 3. If you add a GIF, describe it [in square brackets] 4. Caption videos and multimedia
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Urbanist Platform Aug 20
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Abadesi Jul 9
I love my airpods but they’re designed for bigger ears than mine and hurt after a while. What else is “one size fits all” but really shouldn’t be in your opinion? 👀
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M. Haggerty-Villa Aug 2
Yes, I just added the word "simple" to our style guide with a note that says, "Do not use." Simplicity is subjective. Can you really be sure that that thing is simple for all your users?
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Jessica Parland 6h
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poppyszaybo Aug 6
Can anyone recommend any great linked to - please send any examples to poppy.szaybo@historicengland.org.uk (thanks + plse RT)
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Samantha Renke Sep 10
Just come back from & as a wheelchair user I noticed at least 8 other wheelchair users today, there was once a time I’d get so excited to see just one other chair user in years gone by - just shows how important inclusive building design is!
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Judson Althoff Jul 1
At some point in our lives, we all experience a disability in one way or another. That's why benefits everyone, and is such a game changer for business
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charley.pothecary Sep 19
Inclusive design is no longer a ‘nice-to-have’ addition; it is a business imperative. Not only do customers expect it, but regulators are increasingly sharpening their directives to demand it.
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Rama Gheerawo 13h
Final couple of weeks for signing up to our conference in Detroit.
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Becky Colley Sep 10
Oh, I like this. showing that isn't complicated.
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Julie Posselt Sep 9
This is a really important thread. Imagine if our institutions normalized mutual support in the workplace, so people who are struggling or recovering could actually “take care”?
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Pedraza Victor Aug 21
Just started to think design system community members are like the hippies of the IT world. lot of hope
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