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The new Microsoft kitchenettes are designed for easy negotiation by employees with disabilities.

Dining at Microsoft takes on an inclusive design

From Braille to low-vision ordering, the tech giant takes on accessibility.

Microsoft believes in the importance of accessibility. In fact, the Redmond, Wash.-based tech giant is known for its stance on inclusive design (i.e., design based on the needs of those with disabilities).

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