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Odigo Blog

    Srilakshmi Ramaswamy

    An experienced Project Manager with a developer background, Srilakshmi (Sri) embraces ambiguity and enjoys problem solving. Her empathetic nature and passion for automation explain her talent for creating data visualizations and simplifying complex processes. Sri has a growth mindset and loves adding new skills to her toolkit. In her free time, you can find her out hiking, binging her favorite shows, or exploring good vegan spots in the city.

    The opportunity for inclusion

    August 30, 2021

    As the digital landscape continues to change and modify, accessible and inclusive UX web design is more important than ever. Did you know that 15% of the world's population lives with a disability? What an incredible opportunity to increase your audience, meet the unique needs of others, and further your product’s reach by making it more accessible. To achieve this, organizations are adopting inclusive design practices. “Inclusive design,” or what is sometimes referred to as “universal design,” aims to create products and services that are usable and accessible for all people, regardless of their culture, gender, education, location, age, physical ability, and experience.