TLmag caught up with Lisa White, the curator of International Design Biennale Saint-Étienne 2019. The festival -Me, Nous, You- explores inclusive design.
I’VE HAD DEAFNESS since I was little. My sister was born with congenital deafness, and my dad has some too. You’re not really in the cool gang in my family if you don’t have some hearing loss.
For each of the past six summers, a new group of unique students has gathered at OCAD University to participate in an unusual course called Unlearning And Questioning. This begins the most difficult part of their two-year masters study in inclusive design: to question assumptions, unlearn conformity and remove boundaries to thought.
On World Interaction Design Day, three designers shared how creatives can build a world focused on inclusion, accessible experiences, and shared dialogue.
In the new book Mismatch, designer Kat Holmes demystifies the buzzy design process embraced by companies, from Microsoft to Google.
Making what you’re designing accessible helps both disabled and able-bodied alike.
The key difference between inclusivity and accessibility, in relation to interaction design, is often overlooked. However, by collaborating with – and for – people with disabilities, to understand how things work for them in their context, we can address this issue.
“The moment when someone recognizes that something has led to exclusion, they want to fix it.”
Design Core Detroit is licensing a design competition for commercial businesses from the city of Montreal to recognize “inclusive design” that’s created spaces that are welcoming to all in Detroit.