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Accessibility consulting and inclusive service design

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In digital world, disabilities can be made disappear. Today, disability in digital world is caused by bad design and development that blocks enjoyable interaction with the services. By following the best accessibility practices and by involving real people into the design process great experience can be offered for all. If accessibility is included from the very beginning of the design and development the additional cost is minor. Instead, you reach more customers and avoid creating customized services for people with special needs. How great is that!

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Petteri Alinikula

Ph. D. Petteri Alinikula worked for over 20 years in high-tech field in Nokia and Microsoft. In Nokia he acted in various research management positions. Notably, in 2007-2008 he held the position of Vice President, Core Technology Research. Since 2010 Petteri Alinikula was responsible for Nokia’s accessibility strategy and program. Nokia was the pioneer in mobile accessibility being the first company to launch mobile phones suitable for blind and hard-of-hearing customers. In Microsoft Petteri Alinikula led an accessibility innovation team in Windows organization.

In 2015 Petteri Alinikula founded a start-up Allikko that focuses on accessibility consulting and inclusive service design. Petteri Alinikula has completed Assistive Technology Certificate Program (ATACP) from California Southern University and he is member of International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) and Finnish Academy of Technical Sciences.

Client testimonials

  • Richard Ellenson

    CEO, The Cerebral Palsy Foundation

    Petteri’s passion to innovate and develop solutions within the world of accessibility is equalled only by his expertise in doing so. Working with him is not only productive, but also inspiring.

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