September 13th 2023
Let’s respect the preferences of our users
We are so satisfied we can wear what we want, eat what we want, and say what we want. Of course, it is not everywhere, some cities/counties are citizen-friendly, while others are not. And, I’m pretty sure, most people prefer the first.
But why don’t we create user preferences-friendly services?
Many people because of some physical aspects or environmental conditions might want a little different rendering of the content of our applications. Operation systems and browsers might be differently configured according to the preferences, some of which we can use in our applications for providing content more conveniently.
An environmental approach to disability data (when there is no disability data)
How to cost-effectively use available data to evaluate the inclusivity and equity of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) in cities in order to ensure that all communities have access to public transit and shared mobility services regardless of limitations.