Looking
Between the Extremes

Accessibility

BBC

the penny drop

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Accessibility

Game “how to play” with controls - Asmodee

accessibility is about everyone

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Accessibility

designing for everyone

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Accessibility

A drop curb with yellow tactile paving - ADA

inclusive design should be about everyone

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Solve for One, Extend to Many illustrated - accesstosuccess.ca

not boxes...

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everyone except you?

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Accessibility

Bell curve showing 47% between each extreme and average - NPR

user research is invaluable

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Accessibility

R&D role-playing ideas for voice interface user research - BBC

you are NOT your user

Case study 1 - learners

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Accessibility

BBC iPlayer media player on mobile - BBC
Learner symbol

Case study 2 - heredity and        
                                  environment

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TV mind controlled remote - BBC
Smart watches - BBC Getty
Wearable gadgets - BBC Getty
Virtual reality - BBC
Augmented reality smart glasses - BBC Getty

Case study 3 - milder impairment

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Accessibility

BBC Weather homepage
Zoom text view of content is obscured - BBC

Case study 4 - hackers

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Accessibility

Icon based PEC card for AAC communication - NDF

Case study 5 - nuances

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Accessibility

Own It app with emoji - BBC

elsewhere...

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Accessibility

accessibility is about everyone

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Accessibility

Thank you!

Accessibility

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Looking Between the Extremes

By Emma Pratt Richens

Looking Between the Extremes

Presentation for CSUN 2020

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