Microsoft has never been shy about tackling inclusivity when it comes to technology. Its latest Surface Adaptive Kit, while a seemingly small gesture, is a big win for those with disabilities.
Microsoft has been aggressively driving accessibility in products and services through its inclusive-design mission. And 2019 may be the year inclusive design goes mainstream.
Microsoft knows it's never a bad idea to include more accessibility features. That's why it has more than ever before, which it outlines in its fall 2021 update on the subject.
Inclusivity has become core to Microsoft's mission, and the Surface Adaptive Kit is another reminder of the importance of accessibility in tech, and why more companies should step up to the plate.
Windows 11 has several features designed to make devices more accessible. A new blog post from Microsoft highlights the team behind the tech.
Xbox continues to make accessibility in priority with a host of new features, resources, and ways to contribute.
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