The pandemic has exposed how the visually-impaired community is being failed by poor web and app design. This report examines the implications of the growing ‘senior surfer’ cohort and opportunities for brands to increase revenue and build a stronger society through user-centric design.
Alwar Pillai has always been passionate about inclusive design. Today, she is the CEO of Fable Tech Labs, an online platform that companies use to test their digital products with people with disabilities.
Vikas Khorana is an Inc. 5000 entrepreneur, and the co-founder and CEO of TruAbilities, the industry’s first-ever patent-pending accessible display advertising solution.
Based in London, Brian Grellmann is a Senior UX Researcher at Aviva, focusing on accessibility and inclusion.
As people become more mindful of endless scrolling and smartphone usage, they’re asking whether brands are doing enough to help them curb these habits. Blloc’s Ratio is an Android launcher that creates a streamlined and simplified UX, keeping users in control of their screen time.
People love going online for travel inspiration, but it takes a lot for them to commit to buying a trip. As people increasingly abandon travel-booking platforms before purchase, brands that invest in user experience and offer comprehensive travel information may be better poised to hold people’s attention.
COVID-19 has made in-store shopping a challenge for everyone, but especially those who face hurdles when navigating stores. Neatebox’s free app creates an inclusive and stress-free experience whereby users book assistance in advance and receive personalised in-store service.
A new report shows the benefits of inclusively designed products and services for Australian businesses. Inclusivity has social and financial benefits for everyone, while a diverse workforce is what helps a company relate better to its clientele.