As society becomes more conscious of inclusion and accessibility, businesses have to adapt to ensure their services cater to all consumers' needs, including those with disabilities. To address this pressing issue, iAccess Life approached Metaseed with a visionary concept: a location-based mobile app for both iOS and Android platforms, akin to Yelp, designed exclusively for the disability community, their family, friends, and accessibility advocates. The idea was to establish a safe, reliable platform where users could leave ratings and reviews based on their experiences with accessibility at public establishments such as restaurants, bars, hotels, and retail stores.
Metaseed Labs, renowned for its innovative solutions and user-centered design approach, was thrilled to bring this concept to life. Recognizing the transformative potential of the project, Metaseed saw an opportunity to not only meet a pressing societal need but also to break new ground in the world of mobile applications. They took on the challenge with one fundamental goal in mind: to build a native mobile app that would empower the disability community by providing them with a voice and promoting a culture of inclusion. This case study delves into Metaseed's approach to turning iAccess Life's dream into a reality, detailing the strategy, process, and the profound impact the app has had on the accessibility community.