There are approximately 1.3 billion people living with some form of vision impairment in the world.
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Do you really know about accessibility for the visually impaired or do you think you know? Let’s take down some clichés!
Collecting accessibility data enables cities and transit networks to maintain a seamless mobility chain for users. But they all don’t have the same needs…
Some technologies that we all use today were invented to improve the lives of disabled people showing that accessibility for all truly matters and that inclusion is key.
8 Clichés on Accessibility for Blind and Visually Impaired People What do people with a visual impairment need? Why are accessibility regulations so strict regarding visual and tactile contrasts, fall prevention and signage? You’ll discover in this article a few...
How to Foster Inclusive Mobility at Public Transit?You probably have heard of inclusive mobility but do you know what it actually means? For public transit all over the world, this notion gets more and more important. And more realistic to implement as many...
At What Intersections Should You Install Accessible Pedestrian Signals? When you install accessible pedestrian signals, you first need to ask yourself where exactly they are needed. Are there any intersections blind and visually impaired pedestrians particularly...
Invisible Disabilities: 80% of Disabled People Are Concerned! Having a disability = using a wheelchair. That’s one persisting cliché! Actually, only 2% of people with disabilities are wheelchair users but 80% have invisible disabilities! What we mean by “invisible...
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