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 hope you’ve enjoyed following along and have learned something new. I welcome your comments and back-links to share your stories and resources, so I can learn what inclusive design means to you.



Product Stories & Companies

Automattic & WordPress Projects

  1. — 50 thought leaders contributing essays on design, inclusion, +/- tech in Community, Creativity, Culture, Health, Leadership, and Product.
  2. Design and Exclusion — A free conference produced by Automattic, Mash-Up Americans, and the MIT Center for Civic Media at the Media Lab.
  3. Inclusive Illustrations — The illustration vocabulary created by Alice Lee and adopted by to express the broad range of customers that we serve.
  4. Inclusive Design Checklist — An online and printed resource launched at the 2017 AIGA National Design Conference.
  5. We Called it Gutenberg for a Reason — Matt Mullenweg on the essential freedoms of WordPress


Blog Series: 15 Days of Inclusive Design

  1. Day 1: Introduction, Discovery, and Voices
  2. Day 2: Building Empathy
  3. Day 3: Mismatched Conditions
  4. Day 4: When Defaults Don’t Fit
  5. Day 5: To See Yourself in Imagery
  6. Day 6: Recognizing Exclusion
  7. Day 7: Roku and the 10-Foot Rule
  8. Day 8: Expand Your Market By Solving One Case First
  9. Day 9: Review of Principles
  10. Day 10: Making Your App Accessible Benefits Everyone
  11. Day 11: OXO Figured It Out
  12. Day 12: Improved Publishing Confidence on
  13. Day 13: Mind the Mobile, Design for Low Bandwidth
  14. Day 14: Diverse Teams Make Better Decisions
  15. (You are here.)

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About this Inclusive Design series Today (February 16, 2018) I’m giving a talk on inclusive design at WordCamp Phoenix 2018. Leading up to the conference I’ve been publishing notes on voices, stories, products, and other resources: everything I’m learning about this emerging practice. Read more about the series.

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