Gregg Vanderheiden talks to Marek Pawlowski about the Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPii) – a multi-partner, multi-country effort to ensure technology is universally accessible. As well as being the initiator and one of the driving forces of the GPii, Gregg is a professor in the school of information studies at the University of Maryland and the director of the Trace Research & Development Centre. He talks about the aims of the initiative, as well sharing stories from over 40 years in the area of accessibility, including working with Apple and Microsoft in the early days of personal computers to help them build the first inclusive features into their operating systems. Get in touch with feedback and questions @mexfeed on Twitter or email email@example.com.
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On this edition
- Marek Pawlowski, co-host & founder of MEX (@marekpawlowski)
- Gregg Vanderheiden, Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPii), (@gpiinet)
- Trace R&D Centre
- National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR)
- Prosperity 4All
- Cloud 4All
- Apple Accessibility
- Listeners might also enjoy episode 20 on inclusive design with Neil Milliken and episode 30 with Ruby Steel.
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