“The Curb Cut Effect is the phenomenon of disability-friendly features being used and appreciated by a larger group than the people they were designed for.
The phenomenon is named for curb cuts – miniature ramps comprising parts of sidewalk – which were first made for wheelchair access in particular places, but are now universal and no longer widely recognized as a disability-accessibility feature. With wide use, accessibility is a boon to all people.”
What if someone you loved could only access 3.9% of the Internet?
For one of the founders, whose siblings live with disabilities, that startling scenario is a reality and what gave rise to a company known as Nebula Media Group.
From its humble beginning to what is now known as curbcutOS several things never changed – our tireless commitment to delivering a true digital accessibility solution suite, and ensuring that the letter “A” for Accessibility is added to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I).