Coding for a more equitable world
What would it look like to live in a world that’s accessible to all? Where constantly hearing “no, you can’t” is replaced with a persistent “yes, you can”? That’s 11-year-old Anna Miller’s dream. And she plans to get there with coding.
My blue thoughts
Mental health conditions are quietly affecting a growing number of us worldwide. Now more than ever, we have the opportunity to remove the stigma of asking for help. Musician Lauv is tapping into technology to help break that stigma.
Finding independence in the blink of an eye
The promise of technology is to make life easier. But for the nearly 1 billion people worldwide living with a disability, that hasn’t always been true.
Creating an inclusive world
Thanks to purposeful engineering and technology, experiences that were once closed off to people with disabilities and from different backgrounds are now open to all.
X Ambassadors reimagine the music video, without video
Inspired by keyboardist Casey Harris, who was born with low vision, rockers X Ambassadors set out to create an audio-only music video.
At Burton, ‘we are all riders’
Burton Snowboards lives by its mission, harnessing inclusive design and creativity to explore adaptive technology in a way that helps riders—and the sport at large—achieve their full potential.
Teaching inclusion with WE and X Ambassadors
X Ambassadors teamed up with WE and Microsoft to teach West Creek High students about tech as a tool for inclusivity and accessibility.