There are many people for whom the current way of doing things doesn’t work – people with disabilities. What if we learn from them about change?
From the Blog on disabilities
Taxing digital transformation. If we make ‘accessible’ devices, systems, solutions, and buildings, shops, more expensive then we are taxing the vulnerable.
Every choice we make leaves someone out, so maybe we should be asking the question, ‘who are you going to intentionally leave out?’
Bias can appear in subtle ways – who has access to and control over the device? Linguistic and digital literacy? And perhaps even the design of the device.
As we ‘go digital’ how are we not perpetuating and amplifying the discrimination already faced by people living with disabilities? Can we be inclusive?
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