Inclusive Design, Day 15/15: Links, Resources, Voices, and Stories

This is day 15 of 15 in a short series on inclusive design. If you missed any of the earlier posts, see day 1 here or view the full list below. Resources, notes, and links to recap the 15-day series on inclusive design, where I shared what I'm learning about inclusive design with you. I … Continue reading Inclusive Design, Day 15/15: Links, Resources, Voices, and Stories

Inclusive Design, Day 14/15: Diverse Teams Make Better Decisions

This is day 14 of 15 in a short series on inclusive design. If you missed any of the earlier posts, see day 1 here or view the full list. Inclusive and diverse teams make better, stronger teams — and these teams make better decisions. Because our work and thought patterns are influenced by our … Continue reading Inclusive Design, Day 14/15: Diverse Teams Make Better Decisions

Inclusive Design, Day 13/15: Mind the Mobile, Design for Low Bandwidth

This is day 13 of 15 in a short series on inclusive design. If you missed any of the earlier posts, see day 1 here or view the full list. Bandwidth is a Precious Resource Speed and connectivity should be considered be a major factor in exclusion. Just ride the BART in San Francisco. 😀 … Continue reading Inclusive Design, Day 13/15: Mind the Mobile, Design for Low Bandwidth

Inclusive Design, Day 12/15: Improved Publishing Confidence on WordPress.com

This is day 12 of 15 in a short series on inclusive design. If you missed any of the earlier posts, see day 1 here or view the full list. I'd like to share another example of solving for one case, extending to many. This one comes from my team at Automattic. We're called "Delta" … Continue reading Inclusive Design, Day 12/15: Improved Publishing Confidence on WordPress.com

Inclusive Design, Day 11/15: OXO Figured It Out

This is day 11 of 15 in a short series on inclusive design. If you missed earlier posts, see day 1 here or view the full list. The "OXO Good Grips Story" is an astounding example of inclusive design, solving for one and extending to many. An opportunity that grew from one person's kitchen solution … Continue reading Inclusive Design, Day 11/15: OXO Figured It Out

Inclusive Design, Day 10/15: Making Your App Accessible Benefits Everyone

This is day 10 of 15 in a short series on inclusive design. If you missed earlier posts, see day 1 here or view the full list. Making your app accessible to visually impaired users benefits all your users. — Ayesha Zafar on the Invision blog Taking the principles of inclusive design from idea to … Continue reading Inclusive Design, Day 10/15: Making Your App Accessible Benefits Everyone

Inclusive Design, Day 9/15: Review of Principles

This is day 9 of 15 in a short series on inclusive design. If you missed earlier posts, see day 1 here or view the full list. Today I'd like to pause, take a deep breath, and review the principles of inclusive design as I've come to understand them. Here's the working draft we're using … Continue reading Inclusive Design, Day 9/15: Review of Principles

Inclusive Design, Day 8/15: Expand Your Market By Solving One Case First

This is day 8 of 15 in a short series on inclusive design. If you missed earlier posts, see day 1 here or view the full list. Adopting inclusive design isn't just about being a good person. It's a solid foundation for good business — focused on solving real needs for real people. Barclays Bank … Continue reading Inclusive Design, Day 8/15: Expand Your Market By Solving One Case First

Inclusive Design, Day 7/15: Roku and the 10-Foot Rule

This is day 7 of 15 in a short series on inclusive design. If you missed earlier posts, see day 1 here or view the full list. "Solve for one, extend to many" is a key principle of inclusive design which I learned from Kat Holmes and her work with Microsoft. Via fellow WordPresser Leo … Continue reading Inclusive Design, Day 7/15: Roku and the 10-Foot Rule

Inclusive Design, Day 6/15: Recognizing Exclusion

This is day 6 of 15 in a short series on inclusive design. If you missed earlier posts, see day 1 here or view the full list. Missing the market Exclusion is often about mismatched conditions. The opposite of a market fit — a market miss. Because we start from our own biases we naturally exclude people not … Continue reading Inclusive Design, Day 6/15: Recognizing Exclusion