Physical Disabilities

A physical disability is a limitation on a person's physical functioning, mobility, dexterity or stamina

User Interface Options Plus (UIO+)

by Fluid Project

User Interface Options Plus (UIO+) allows you to customize websites to match your own personal needs and preferences. Settings for the adaptations can be set via the UIO+ adjuster panel or, if on a GPII (Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure) enable machine, from a keyed in preference set.

Adaptive user interfaces can change their appearance and/or interaction behaviour to match the requirements of an individual user, the used device and current context conditions.

Here you will find a number of other interesting summative documents that do not deal with the DeveloperSpace topic (access to ICT), but provide a more spherical view of other aspects of disability.


by scottaohara

Various styled accessible form controls

To provide access to Minecraft Game using eye controls only.

For example: a Grid 3 gridset that allows a user to drive a Minecraft game (running alongside the Grid 3 on a capable Lenovo Yoga outfitted with an EyeX eye tracker). The existing online gridset is not well integrated. This is tricky because Minecraft isn't designed from the outset to be eye-tracking-friendly so careful thought would need to be given to how control over this game could be exercised to give the player an optimal outcome, or even if a special version of the game would need to be created to be more accessibility-friendly.


by Shopify

The JavaScript Drag & Drop library your grandparents warned you about.

This demo shows a user interface for a Smart Home environment integrating several technologies