When we design for disability, we all benefit

While recently trolling my social media accounts, I came upon this great Ted Talk.  For those who have worked with me, you’ll know that I’m all about accessibility and usability.  But hearing from me all the time about such topics rather gets old.  I figured I’d share this particular talk from Elise Roy.  Her experiences are quite different from mine, as she was diagnosed as being profoundly deaf at an early age.  However, like me, she has accepted her disability and has found clever solutions to everyday problems.  So check this TedTalk out.  It’s very much worth the time.

 

Elise Roy: When we design for disability, we all benefit. TED Talk

 

 

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About mcourcel

I work within the Information Technology industry. More precisely, within the accessibility field. Oddly enough, I'm trying out WordPress to evaluate its ease of use and just to tinker with various topics of my choosing.
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