This ignorance, this lack of information promotes negative stereotypes. Interview with Lorena Julio, human rights advocate and Co-Founder of Comparlante. Hosted by Antonio Santos, Debra Ruh and Neil Milliken. Lorena Julio is a human rights advocate with a Master in Compared Public… Read More ›
Note: The following article was inspired by several sources, including the excellent book, ‘Designing for Sustainability, by Tim Frick, the SustainableUX conference, and ClimateAction.tech. I urge you to check them out. Overwhelming evidence points to the fact that we… Read More ›
AXSChat interview with Mike Gifford, Susanna Laurin & Timo Stollenwerk
In line with its mandate, the 2020 GEM Report assesses progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) on education and its ten targets, as well as other related education targets in the SDG agenda. The Report also addresses inclusion in education, drawing attention to all those excluded from education, because of background or ability. at 1:30 pm ET
How Naughty Dog made The Last of Us Part II so accessible
Why Architects Still Struggle With Disability Requirements 28 Years After Passage of the ADA
Technology in higher education can be both an aid and a challenge for students with disabilities. I
Diversity in Remote Work— Moving Towards More Inclusive Teams and Organisations
#AXSChat interview with Thea Kurdi, VP at DesignABLE Environments. From the human rights code to evidence-based design and increased marketability, Kurdi shares her passion for how accessibility is fundamental to successful architecture.
In 2018 Vernon published a book called The Stairway to Happiness which includes many of the techniques and lessons of Cognitive Psychology and, in 2019, he co-authored, with Ms Katey Lockwood, a second book called: The Way; Finding Peace in Turbulent Times.