Exploring the Egyptian escape room

  • Concept Overview and Introduction
  • Exploring the Ideas of Inclusive Design, Accessibility and Universal Design
  • The Codesign and Participatory Design Methodology
  • Exploring the Escape Room Experience
  • Design Process
  • Conclusion
Figure 1.Tactile Hieroglyphs (Britannica, Hieroglyphic writing)
Fig 2. The Persona Spectrum (Inclusive Microsoft Design, 2016, pp. 34–44)
Figure 3. The Need for Inclusion (Holmes, 2018, p.132)

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