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Introduction


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Introduction


Reinventing mapping services for eye-impaired 
to give them more mobility and independency.

 
 
There’s quite a lot of things we can learn from designing for people with different ways to perceive their environment. What our outputs seem to all have in common is that they don’t only serve specific needs for specific people but they can actually be helpful to all of us.
— Tom Bieling – Design Researcher
 
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Description


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A FOCUS ON
VISUAL-IMPAIRMENT

The blind condition isn't often considered when we design digital services. The consequence is that a lot of people with disability feel as excluded on digital as they are in real life. This is why Mability wants to show that better  accessibility is possible and it could improve blind people's lives significantly. 


Mability is a unique reinvention of how mapping services work for blind people. From the integration of new sources of data to the design of new interaction to better access our phones. Mability lives as an independent platform surpasses what other mapping services already offer in terms of accessibility.

A fully  inclusive PLATFORM


GATHERING
NEW DATA  SOURCES

Mability wants to take advantage of upcoming ubiquity of connected devices and sensors in our environment. As there is going to be tons of useful data available, it'll need to be translated  on an interface suited for people with impairments  condition.


Mability isn’t just a reskinning of digital maps. It is a brand new way of interacting with mapping services. The app looks forward to improving the way the world access navigation information.

gUIDING  more   ACCURATELY