Design has an inherent power to divide or diversify. The things we make need to be used from people of all colors, creeds, backgrounds, bodies and needs. How can we design experiences that reflect how people are and adapt to the world around them?
Following one of the hot topics from IxDA 2017, the Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit was one of the most awarded projects in the history of IxDA.
It poses a simple question with a fundamentally different approach: what if we treat inclusiveness and diversity not as a requirement, but as an opportunity to create new ideas? To learn from extreme abilities and disabilities to benefit people universally.
Today, with the help from Valtech, we will hear from speaks talking about this topic both on the private and public sector.
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