Our society is rapidly evolving, especially in the digital realm, which brings many benefits but can also have challenges. One of them is to ensure we are putting humans at the centre of all of that by creating products and services that are usable for everyone. This means that applying inclusive design in the process is now more relevant than ever as governments are creating and abiding by legislation accordingly.
While inclusivity can be a vast topic and used as an absolute buzzword, at Koos we recognise it as a cornerstone of top-notch and impactful design. But what does design for inclusivity design mean and how do we apply it to foster diversity, enhance user experiences and broaden market reach?