How I used augmented reality AR to create an inclusive experience for users with disabilities

November 1, 2021

A new navigation experience for the visually impaired Access to information remains one of the biggest accessibility gaps for people who are visually impaired. This is especially the case when…

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How I designed a Haptic Interface for Wearable Technology

September 10, 2021

Sunu Band – a smart mobility aid for the visually impaired Sunu Band is a wearable technology that is manufactured and distributed by Sunu, inc – a technology startup that…

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Three ways to delight users with great product instructional design

March 23, 2021

Creating accessible product guides and tutorials Product instruction is an integral part to the user experience. The aim of any product instructional design is to make the user successful with…

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Inclusive Design Challenge – Making In-Store Experience more inclusive to the visually impaired

July 17, 2020

Five ways how retail stores can use inclusive design You’ve probably gotten a bit overwhelmed when you first encountered all signage, rules, lines, and people when you walked in to…

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Podcast series aims to help the visually impaired cope, navigate and find hope during COVID-19

April 25, 2020

There is no doubt, we’re living in an unprecedented time. Our shared reality is sending shockwaves through each of our hearts, families, and communities.  There is so much happening so…

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How a simple design change is making Boston’s most iconic neighborhood accessible.

February 23, 2020

Ranked among the most popular tourist destinations in the US — Beacon Hill is the oldest and most iconic neighborhood in the city of Boston. This residential community is known…

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