As designers working in an ever-changing field, it’s important that we develop an understanding of the timeless design principles that underpin everything we do. In part one of the Universal Principles of User Experience Design, I’ll explore the foundations that enable us to establish some universal principles of UX.
Make a specialty item easier to use — and at the same time, fun, cool and beautiful — and that item may be embraced and used by all. The real issue isn’t disability. It’s choice.
The terminology and concepts of accessibility, inclusive design, and universal design are often intertwined. I think they interrelate, and each has an important meaning of its own.
Positive action will be required to ensure that smart city solutions don’t just favor the already wealthy and connected.
As part of its popular Cat & Jack Line, Target will soon launch adaptive apparel with features for kids with disabilities.
Diversity and inclusive design are no doubt on the forefront, as we come together as a global economy.