AI for Accesibility

Customized Workshop

A design thinking and hackathon event which aimed to create AI solutions that highlighted accessibility.


Around 1 billion of the world's population is living with some form of disability. Despite this, major digital products and technologies are still not inclusive and accessible to them. Microsoft aimed to change this with its first-ever hackathon and design thinking event for developers, start-ups, and students from different countries. 

The design thinking session "added the most value to all participants in terms of coming up with relevant solutions" in all the seven hackathons across Asia Pacific. Microsoft Philanthropies Singapore

Learning Delivery Experience: 

With countless participants coming in from seven APAC countries, the team decided to tap 40+ Microsoft volunteers to help facilitate the design thinking learning sessions for their regions.  

These volunteers attended the Train the Trainers virtual workshop while the Limitless Lab team also created the canvas and presentation to be used during the event.

Workshop Delivery

During the event, the volunteers facilitated their design thinking sessions, with the CEO of Limitless Lab, Joie Cruz, facilitating the Philippine session.

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