Contextually-driven data and live transportation updates let users navigate the world more accurately

Apps and brands develop features that offer the greatest user experience, but often fail to address the potential needs of disabled users. Google Ability, a conceptual platform to reinvent the navigation system for the blind, wants to create tools that result in more inclusive interfaces for everyone.

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In envisioning an improved technology for the visually impaired, Google Ability uses new design elements to create tools and features that consider all types of conditions and can be filtered across other platforms. The service would act independently to the Google Maps App while complementing the indoor and outdoor mapping service.

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