Updated: Nov 10, 2018
Here is the story of how Jhillika Kumar's experiences with her brother opened her eyes to a huge part of the population we often turn a blind eye to - Individuals with Disabilities.
We have all heard of the power of Empathy in design. Children’s toothbrushes revamped by an observant Stanford design team… and many more growing number of design driven products that grow usability and lead to brand advocacy. Now isn’t it a no brainer that we need to bring empathy to bringing about widespread change in designing for the less advantaged? The use of AI and usage Patterns driving design would help understand the struggles that an individual with a disability faces, then we can be the innovators of the future that give the blind the ability to watch TV, or an autistic person, the ability to work contribute to society.