1. Supporting the keyboard for mobile

    Written by on February 11, 2016 in Development, UX

    Keyboard support means you have the freedom to use your hardware in the way that is most efficient and effective for you, which is really the whole point of inclusive design. But how do we get to keyboard accessibility for touch interfaces?

  2. GAAD: Carrots, sticks, and accessibility in Japan

    Written by on May 8, 2013 in Understanding accessibility

    With Braille support and wheelchair accommodations prevalent in every major city, inclusive and people-centered design seems to be a way of life in Japan.

  3. GAAD: Inclusive education and the Samoa experience

    Written by on in Understanding accessibility

    It doesn’t really matter whether we’re discussing children or adults; it doesn’t matter whether we’re talking about access in Samoa or in your own country: accessibility is the same everywhere you go.