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The Golden Rules for Inclusive Design
The article underlines the importance of inclusive design and accessibility, and the steps organisations can take to broaden their marketplace, minimise risk and make users happier.
From Silicon Republic, August 02, 2018

Ghana: Moe Signs Digital Accessibility MoU
The Government of Ghana has signed an MOU with Real Studios to implement the Digital Education System. The initiative aims to enhance digital accessibility of the educational sector.
From Wall Africa, August 01, 2018

Automakers Must Make Accessibility Integral to the Design of Self-Driving Cars
To meet the challenges in the American with Disabilities Act automakers must make accessibility integral to the design of self-driving cars that explore principles of universal design.
From The New York Times, July 30, 2018

Egypt: New Technical Center for Persons with Disabilities
President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi announced the inauguration of a technical center in Egypt that will enable persons with hearing disabilities to use technology to communicate through mobile phones.
From Egypt Today, July 30, 2018

How Will Voice Control Change the Web Browser?
Mozilla is reportedly building a voice-based browser that could mean a new addition to web surfing and accessibility.
From Slate, July 28, 2018

Designing for Disability? Check these 7 Great TED Talks
Good design — and smart technology — should fuel inclusivity. These 7 Ted Talks show how tech and design can empower.
From TED, July 27, 2018

Global Disability Innovation (GDI) Hub at UCL Awarded £10m to Widen Accessibility of Assistive Technology
The Global Disability Innovation (GDI) Hub-UCL has been awarded £10m from the Department for International Development to widen access to assistive technology for disabled people around the world.
From UCL News, July 25, 2018

Reprogrammable Braille Could Shrink Books to a Few Pages
Braille displays are accessible but not portable. Harvard researchers have now crafted reprogrammable braille that could eliminate the need for unique pages without the bulk of a display.
From Yahoo, July 24, 2018

Global Summit Shines a Spotlight on People with Disabilities
The Kenyan government and the International Disability Alliance hosts the first Global Disability Summit to ensure people with disabilities are included in both policy making and society as a whole.
From The Telegraph, July 24, 2018

The App Changing the Dating Scene for Persons with Disabilities in India
Inclov, an app is seeking to give people with disabilities in India more opportunities to socialise. Standing for inclusive love read more about this Indian dating and social app.
From BBC, July 20, 2018

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