Catarina Correia, Elsa Oliveira, Francisco Nunes
Designing inclusive technologies should be a core value of the HCI community. In an era when we design technologies that deeply impact users' lives, we are also responsible for doing everything in our power to avoid discrimination and promote appropriate treatment for everyone. However, designing inclusive technologies is easier said than done. Insights First of all, there is an overall lack of practical examples of inclusive user interfaces for different contexts. As a result, when confronted with specific design problems, we may struggle to find good advice and inclusive user interfaces to follow, and thus find ourselves relying…
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