Inclusive Design and Digital Accessibility
The goal of universal design is to build products and interfaces that are usable and accessible to everyone, not just a small subset of normative or ‘average’ users. This course will provide an introduction to universal design for digital and physical accessibility. Students will gain an understanding of the range of physical, cognitive, contextual, and social disabilities that challenge technology users, and how inclusive design benefits everyone. Topics covered include accessibility guidelines, assistive technologies, plain language, and legal and ethical considerations.
- Course prerequisites
- Buy your textbooks and other required course materials online from the Brandeis Bookstore or visit the bookstore in the Shapiro Campus Center.