This section outlines the social and commercial rationale for ensuring that designers create products and services that address the widest possible audience, irrespective of ability, age, or social background. It will discuss the demographic changes occurring in Western society and identify key criteria and user-centred methodologies needing to be considered when “designing for all.”
What is inclusive design?
“Universal design,” also known as “universal design” and “design for all,” is an approach to design that aims to ensure that products are usable by, and accessible to, as many members of society as reasonably possible, without the need for special adaption or specialized design. All products exclude some users, often inadvertently, ...