Developing Applications for Developing Countries

June 23, 2017

Jameson Hampton, Developer, Agrilyst

As techie people, most of us are used to developing applications for users who are more or less also techie people - users who live in the first world and who are comfortable with the various ways computers touch our lives. Here's what I learned from my experience working for an NGO on apps meant for users in third world countries: beyond just different technical concerns, it requires a whole different mindset to consider all the accessibility issues that this kind of development entails.

 


 
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