Notes from one human about usability and accessibility of technology, human-centered design, and some random thoughts that may be tied quite loosely thereto. And stuff like that.
Friday, March 4, 2011
Design for Disability
"In the context of an environment or society that takes little or no account of impairment, people's activities can be limited and their social participation restricted. People are therefore disabled by the society they live in, not directly by their impairment." --Graham Pullin, "Design Meets Disability"