Prosperity4all releases a one-stop place to create and market accessible digital solutions

The Prosperity4All project launched in the AAATE 2017 Conference the DeveloperSpace, a unique online digital hub designed to address the challenges of over 1 billion people globally facing disability, literacy, digital literacy or ageing related barriers to using information and communication technologies.

The DeveloperSpace is the one-stop place to find resources, components and people to conceive, develop, test and market novel accessible solutions. These tools can be used by anyone interested in accessibility and the personalisation of digital access, including assistive technology developers, researchers, companies building accessible features into their existing products, mainstream enterprises, public institutions, and policy makers.

The objective is to make it easier and more affordable for all users to adapt any digital technology they come in contact with – computers, smart-phones, TVs, ticket machines – to their individual needs. 

Visit the DeveloperSpace: http://ds.gpii.net/

Visit key places for Users, Public and Press: https://ds.gpii.net/users

 

 

For more information on Prosperity4all:
http://age-platform.eu/project/prosperity4all or contact Estelle Huchet

For more information on AGE position on accessibility:
http://age-platform.eu/policy-work/age-friendly-environments-accessibility

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