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There are currently over 1.4 billion active Android devices worldwide, and as Android expands globally, that number is guaranteed to increase. As developers, we need to start thinking now about how to create applications that serve a diverse range of users. Specifically, we should think about the 1 billion people in the world with disabilities. We’ll talk about who these users are, common challenges they face with existing apps, and what it really means to create an inclusive user experience. Let’s create applications that everyone can use!
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Android is for Everyone
Kelly Shuster is an Android Developer at Ibotta in Denver. Prior to mobile development, she worked as an Embedded Firmware Engineer focused on disk drive read channel optimization. She holds a degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering, and enjoys sharing technical knowledge wherever she goes, from local meetups to international conferences alike.