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3 Key Perspectives When Designing For Accessibility

Here I share some Insightful, practical takeaways that I learned from my time working with a client with disabilities. It is encouraging to see that accessibility — the practice of making information available and usable for people with a wide range of functional abilities — is gradually moving to the forefront for businesses in the …

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San Antonio nonprofit builds accessible playground, outdoor space for hard-of-hearing kids

Emma Faye Rudkin said the new playground at her nonprofit, Aid the Silent, has no simple design. “We designed it where it has limited static electricity,” Rudkin said. “When I was growing up, I always felt lonely on the playground. That’s where I felt like I couldn’t belong or understand. I played by myself a …

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United Airlines Destroys the Life of Another Disabled Person

Despite increasing scrutiny of their treatment of disabled passengers, airlines have continued their behavior undeterred. While the industry as a whole is complicit in this issue, two airlines seem to stand above the rest in the worst way possible: Air Canada and United Airlines. My last airline story was about Air Canada, so I guess …

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