Snapchat. Facebook. Netflix. Spotify. Kik. Which app best accommodates disabilities? Google’s new Accessibility Scanner tells us.
If you haven’t heard the term “inclusive design” yet, you will soon. It’s a simple idea: By designing to accommodate people with disabilities, we can make products that are better for everyone. Just look at the typewriter, originally invented to help a blind person write letters. The idea is old, but the movement is picking up speed as companies such as Microsoft are using it at the core of their design philosophy.