DIGNITY’s target groups will be connected on the Learning Community Platform, where they can access the project’s outputs, such as the inclusive design guidelines, policy recommendations, educational toolkit, design insights and publications.
The platform will not only feature the project’s key outputs, but will also be a place for networking and for co-creating knowledge. For example, transport operators and providers of digital mobility products and services will be able to use the platform to connect with user associations to improve their understanding of how to plan for inclusive mobility and evaluate the effects of their current systems, products and services so that they can actively co-create strategies to mitigate negative aspects and build on positive ones.
For certain outputs, such as the toolkit and insights, the community will be asked to critically analyse any gaps and to offer feedback. This will enrich the knowledge created by the pilots and strengthen the community, so that they can continue to work together to address these issues long after the project’s end.
In addition to the guidelines, recommendations, toolkits and insights, three explanatory publications will offer a general overview of the state of the art of the challenges facing underserved groups in accessing digital mobility products and services and will help them better understand how to address them