What’s the difference between accessible design and inclusive design?
The virus isn’t simply a health crisis; it is also a design problem.
The Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL ran an architecture and design workshop for people with visual impairments this summer.
In our profiles on the winners of the Universal Design Awards 2019, we focus on Prashant Gade, a young innovator, who has developed a low cost prosthetic arm that is changing the lives of upper limb amputees.
What would the world look like if there was more diversity and inclusion in inventing? Over the past few years, academic research has identified significant disparities in the rate at which people obtain patents.
Design leaders at Google, Microsoft, Uber, and Dropbox share their perspective about the importance of empathy, inclusive design and diversity.
Universal accessibility in architecture refers to the capacity that all people have to access and inhabit a space regardless of their cognitive and physical capacities, and it is a subject that cannot be dismissed.
“If we’re being honest, Cannes, and by extension our industry, is exclusive by design.”
It’s not just the poorly designed website or stores, or lack of awareness or training that’s problematic for disabled people – it’s also the absence of stylish, professionally-designed quality clothes for disabled bodies.
How do you identify the makings of a great interaction designer? Is it coding expertise? Mastery of digital tools? A beautiful portfolio of visual design work?