Online event 15 July 2021 at 3pm.
Mvine Limited announces today its ongoing work in architecting Assistive Technologies which assure further and greater levels of inclusion among people of all ages and abilities. The move reinforces the company’s practice and ethos for making greater advances in digital design for people with cognitive or physical disability.
Mvine will today attend ‘The Hidden Segment: the World’s Disabled Billion’ webinar, organised by Mobile Ecosystem Forum (MEF). The webinar will be delivered by Chris Lewis, founder of Lewis Insight, the highly regarded and experienced Telecoms Industry Analyst covering the depth and breadth, demand and supply of the ICT sector on a global basis for 30 years. Registered blind throughout his career and a leading user of assistive technology, Chris now brings his knowledge to help the charitable organisations, the healthcare sector and the ICT industry.
Corresponding to the webinar, MEF commissioned and published a report by Lewis Insight focused on People With Disability (PWD) which is available for download from the MEF website.
Frank Joshi, director at Mvine, said: “To its very great credit, MEF is offering some refreshing leadership on accessibility and inclusion through the work it is doing with the report by Chris Lewis at Lewis Insight 'The Hidden Segment: the World's Disabled Billion', and with an online webinar they are running today. From Mvine’s point of view, we believe that people with disability are not a niche market but mainstream. As such all companies needs to take account of this in their own product design and service design.”
“Mvine holds discussions with sector experts at leading charities such as Leonard Cheshire, as well as entrepreneurial businesses such as easyTravelseat and Open Inclusion. Mvine’s involvement with these organisations, each a specialist in their respective areas, informs overall better understanding of the needs of people with disability and this is shown in better user experience and user interface design in Mvine’s digital products,” said Frank Joshi.