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EATSY Tableware has Distinctive Tactile Features to Assist Persons with Visual Impairment
GAATES International e-news service on accessibility
How one Paris startup is becoming an Uber for people with disabilities
French car-sharing service Wheeliz easily connects people with disabilities to owners of adapted cars.
Home Page - Centre for Universal Design Australia
This website is a clearinghouse of information on universal design, accessibility, and inclusive practice. It covers all design disciplines.
Captioning and Subtitles - Centre for Universal Design Australia
Captions are a written translation of the spoken word while being spoken, while subtitles translate the spoken word into another language.
Inclusion as Choice in Museums and Galleries - Centre for Universal Design Australia
Co-designing is the most appropriate way to find out how to best present collections in museums and galleries so everyone can enjoy.
Is your arts organisation truly accessible? | ArtsHub Australia
Your organisation might make a claim for accessibility, but is it really inclusive? Heres a checklist to help you become an inclusive arts provider for NDIS.
Winner of Accessible Airport Award 2020 announced | European Disability Forum
**Winner of Accessible Airport Award 2020 announced** As part of a Memorandum of Understanding signed by [ACI Europe](https://www.aci-europe.org/media-room/289-aci-europe-best-airport-award-winners-for-2020-announced.html) and the European Disability Forum (EDF) in 2016, the Accessible Airport Award
Motion: stylish accessible interiors
Need an accessible bathroom? Learn about how accessible interior design company Motion, turned amputee Scott's bathroom into a stylish accessible wet room
2020 Exhibition | 6 Artists 1 Online Exhibition
2020 has been a trial for everyone. Immerse yourself in the works of six Australian Disabled artists and explore how the year has touched them. 2020 is a 100% Disabled artist-created and managed exhibition that draws...
Dos and don'ts on designing for accessibility - Accessibility in government
This is for everyone: documenting how we're rebuilding inclusive digital services across the UK Government
Twitter Required Alt Text - Chrome Web Store
Small extension that will force you to add alt text to images when tweeting
Home - Design For Dignity
The idea of ‘design for dignity’ came from the experiences of people with disability who could not access premises, products and services in a safe, equitable and dignified way. The Building Code of Australia uses the term ‘dignified access’ as the goal for its access provisions for people with disability. Designing for ‘dignity’ rather than ‘compliance’ is what most building owners, product designers and architects aspire to, yet we settle for less. Jason Barker, working at the Australian Network on Disability, collaborated with Lendlease and Westpac to build guidelines and training to lift the aspirations and methods of Australian business to ‘Design for Dignity’. Design for Dignity Pty Ltd assists organisations to build dignified access into their upfront design as well as mapping out practical strategies to improve existing products, services and premises.
A web of anxiety: accessibility for people with anxiety and panic disorders [Part 2] | TPG – The Accessibility Experts
Writing inclusive documentation
This guide was designed to help with writing inclusive documentation but is very helpful for any type of writing, marketing and communication.