Meeting diverse needs with a multifaceted approach to inclusive technology
We keep our research focuses comprehensive so we can continually meet the diverse needs of the people we serve.
Participatory design actively involves all relevant stakeholders when developing technological solutions. Uniting the social with the technological, this ensures that end users’ needs are heard, understood and integrated, and every piece of inclusive tech is purpose-built.
Interactive systems facilitate significant and meaningful interactions between humans and computers. They allow for continuous two-way communication of information between device and user.
Accessibility features make the use of technology less challenging for those with disabilities. This is often accomplished through specialised hardware, software or a combination, designed to enable the use of technology by a person with a disability or impairment.
Tangible user interfaces employ physical artifacts, surfaces, and spaces as tangible embodiments of digital information. Physical representations often embody mechanisms for interactive control.