“Accessible design is good design.” — Steve Ballmer, American businessman and former CEO of Microsoft
Let’s create for everyone. Designing for inclusivity and accessibility means that every solution that you create should provide a bespoke user experience to each and every user.
Inclusive design is a design process (not restricted to interfaces or technologies) in which a product, service or environment is optimized for a specific user with specific needs. Usually, this user is an extreme user, meaning that this user has specific needs that are sometimes overseen with other design processes. By focusing on the extreme users, Inclusive design will enable them to be able to use it, while many users having (temporary) similar needs will also be covered.