The aim of this paper is to understand how the use of inclusive design methodologies can contribute to the creation of projects for mobility and access to cultural information. Specifically, the research focuses on visual disabilities in a unique context such as the city of Venice. Starting from ethnographic research and a comparison of different case studies, the purpose of this paper is to identify some Design Goals useful to visually impaired users in the Venetian context. The Design Goals definition allowed us to investigate how the use of inclusive design methodologies for visually impaired users can contribute to the creation of products and services for a larger audience in the Venetian context, according to the Design for All methodology.

Identifying inclusive design goals for the blind and visually impaired in Venice

Casarotto, Luca;Costa, Pietro;
2022

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The aim of this paper is to understand how the use of inclusive design methodologies can contribute to the creation of projects for mobility and access to cultural information. Specifically, the research focuses on visual disabilities in a unique context such as the city of Venice. Starting from ethnographic research and a comparison of different case studies, the purpose of this paper is to identify some Design Goals useful to visually impaired users in the Venetian context. The Design Goals definition allowed us to investigate how the use of inclusive design methodologies for visually impaired users can contribute to the creation of products and services for a larger audience in the Venetian context, according to the Design for All methodology.
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