IntuiLab Brings “Design for Accessibility” to Interactive Digital Signage

IntuiLab Brings “Design for Accessibility” to Interactive Digital SignagePublication Type:
White Paper

Published / Updated:
April 29, 2016

IntuiLab, provider of IntuiFace, the world’s premier no-coding interactive experience creation platform, is excited to announce the introduction of a series of features aimed at creating accessible interactive experiences without writing code. IntuiFace is the first signage creation platform to incorporate capabilities oriented around accessibility, ensuring those found anywhere along the spectrum of visual, hearing or physical impairment can access, understand and engage with screen-based content.

Over one billion people are estimated to live with some form of disability. This corresponds to about 15% of the world's population, or 1 in 7 people. [source] Nearly half (48%) of all people with disabilities in the US are the principal shoppers in their household. [source] The notion of disability itself is vast, including everything from congenital conditions to injury to the loss of capability with increased age. Information accessed via touch-first, place-based displays can present a host of challenges from excessive mounting height, to challenging font size and color choices, to fine motor control requirements.



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IntuiLab makes IntuiFace, the world’s premier platform for creating, deploying and managing deeply interactive digital signage without ever writing code.

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