Today’s Solutions: June 13, 2024

Nike’s new sneaker is design

Nike’s new sneaker is designed specially for people with disabilities

Nike’s latest sneaker, the Nike Go FlyEase, has the same flashy colors and unique design as many of its other shoes, but with an accessible twist. The new shoe has an “easy on, easy off” hands-free design, making it accommodating for a wider range of customers.  The shoe was in part Read More...

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White House press briefings will now be offered in American Sign Language

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki announced this week that press briefings will be getting an inclusive upgrade with the addition of an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter at every briefing.  The first signed briefing took place last Monday with an interpreter, identified as Heather, Read More...

Dots makes future technologies

Dots makes future technologies accessible to people with disabilities

While the rapid advent of future technologies such as Augmented Reality (AR) and Internet of Things (IoT) devices represents an exciting development in our modern society,  these technologies are often not adapted to everyone’s needs, leaving people with disabilities behind. Enter Dots, an Read More...

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These stickers help people with disabilities get a seat on public transit

“Please offer me a seat. Not all disabilities are visible,” reads a new sticker that’s available to buy online, intended for disabled people who struggle to find seating on public transit. The idea is the brainchild of Catherine Callahan, who volunteers with Bay Area Rapid Transit, the Read More...