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Inclusive design

paulpatjb Member Posts: 2 Listener
edited February 2019 in Research and opportunities
Hi there,

I'm a user centred designer with a special interest in inclusive design. I also happen to be dyslexic, which can be a big positive and a minor negative in my work.

I'm pleased to have joined the Scope Disability forum, but I'm also here with an ulterior motive. I'm always looking for people to test my ideas and designs with, so I can ensure my work is as inclusive.

I'll be sending out a post looking for people to interview. If you can lend a hand that would be great.

Thanks, Paul.



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