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Role of color psychology in accessibility

Improve accessibility with the use of colors and contrasts Think again if you think accessibility is just about wheelchair ramps and disability claims. Accessibility is about good design for each one of us. Most of us feel awkward using our phones in ways others might find strange - like holding it farther from the eye. Inclusive design ensures that products and services are designed to be accessible to a range of people regardless of their...

Watering D&I efforts at their source: The importance of diversity in school and college education

Studies show that early childhood is the best time to emphasize the importance of equality, diversity, and inclusion to build a better society [Beyond the Illusion of Diversity]. Childhood education enables the recognition and practice of diversity for a more extended period than any adult intervention ever can. People have wrong notions that avoiding conversations around different cultures and people will eliminate negative ideas. However, to...

Digital Accessibility – Business and beyond

Today, digital transformation is at the heart of how an organization uses technology to deliver value to its customers. While digital transformation has been a key strategic driver in the pre-pandemic world, digital disruption has permanently changed many aspects of our lives in the wake of COVID-19. A simple proof would be the operational shifts in the medical industry. 'Telemedicine' is now a household word [Benefits of Telemedicine]. People...
Digital Accessibility – Business and beyond

Digital Accessibility – Business and beyond

Today, digital transformation is at the heart of how an organization uses technology to deliver value to its customers. While digital transformation has been a key strategic driver in the pre-pandemic world, digital disruption has permanently changed many aspects of...

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Microlearning in Post-Covid World

Microlearning in Post-Covid World

cater t The cognitive architecture of humans has remained the same for thousands of years, processing a few chunks of information at a time. Organized chunks of information fed through interactive media offer the flexibility to learn a new skill or a subject at our...

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Dawn after the apocalypse: What’s next in eLearning?

Dawn after the apocalypse: What’s next in eLearning?

By definition “apocalypse” means the end, confusion, and destitution. It’s a genre of entertainment that enthralls us because its characters are challenged to survive in near impossible conditions without the usual comforts. And by extension we watch and ask...

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