Inclusive design is key to accessible design but in reality a business will benefit from designing products and services to be inclusive for all customers, and there are lots of great examples of how inclusive design can benefit everyone:
- Ramps, which benefit those with prams and suitcases - not just wheelchair users
- Mobile web chat systems which benefit those on-the-go - as well as those who can’t use the telephone
- Subtitles on videos which benefit people watching filmed content in a noisy space – as well as people with a hearing impairment.
Barclays is committed to the principal of inclusive design, which helps us to get it right first time. They have leveraged Inclusive Design Principles from best practice created by The Paciello Group and created their own Inclusive Design Principles infographics as a single page version and as individual posters.
One Page A3 Inclusive Design Principles
Individual Posters A4 Inclusive Design Principles