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Future Trends in Accessibility: The C ase for Inclusive Innovation. Daniel Hubbell Technical Evangelist - Accessibility Microsoft Trustworthy Computing. Accessibility : Can it be used? Usability : How well can it be used?. What is Universal Design?.

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future trends in accessibility the c ase for inclusive innovation

Future Trends in Accessibility: The Case for Inclusive Innovation

Daniel Hubbell

Technical Evangelist - Accessibility

Microsoft Trustworthy Computing

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Accessibility: Can it be used?

Usability: How well can it be used?

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Universal design refers to any broad solution that produces products that are usableand effectivefor everyone.

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Accessibility is about enabling individuals to adjust their

user experience in order

to usetechnology,

regardless of their age or ability.

what problems do we face
What Problems Do We Face?

If it’s the right thing, why isn’t Universal Design the norm?

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Knowing the Customer:

Most technologies are designed for a subset of the true customer base

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Digital Divide:

Balance between technical progress and the ability to absorb & adapt to change.

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Convergence of devices:

Is adding complexity.

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Inclusive Innovation

UniversalDesign

People

Technology

Process

a spectrum of abilities
A Spectrum of Abilities

Customer Preference

Temporary Condition

Traditional Disability

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VERY likely

to benefit

17%

Likely

to benefit

40%

Not likelyto benefit

U.S. 18-64 year old computer users

Study commissioned by Microsoft, Conducted by Forrester Research 2004

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repeatable processes

enforceable policies

harmonized standards

control environment

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Security is about the protectionof information: who has access, it’s sensitivity, and who can manipulate it.

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Privacy is about the appropriate collection, use and storage of personal information based on the user’s preference or circumstances.

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Accessibility is about enabling individuals to adjust

their user experience

in order to accessinformation,

regardless of their age or ability.

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In some scenarios, the cloud can enable the ability to share and process information across products and places easily.

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Inclusive innovation is

a challenge to learn from other disciplines as a way to apply Universal Design in a more consistent and efficient way.

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The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.