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How Losing My Sight Made Me a Better Designer

The design world is woefully deficient in creating positive, equal experiences for people with disabilities

A closeup of an eye.
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One isn’t bad

I bent over one day and like ink swirling into a glass of water, there it was. A coil of thick, pulsing threats. I didn’t know what it was saying to me, but I…




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Soren Hamby

Soren Hamby

Senior Manager of UX and Digital Design // they/them // changing the world via inclusive + diverse design // a11y and DEI // views are mine

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