This issue of Being Designerly has curated articles about creativity hacks, company logos, LEGO in offices (preaching to choir here!), empathy, radical curiosity, design thinking, inclusive design, and a visualization of the top restaurants.
An experiment with middle school students boosts their creativity and confidence. The results showed that design thinking helps creativity by increasing the number of ideas students have, along with the number of categories those ideas covered.
Designing for inclusion isn’t just about coding for accessibility or section 508 compliance, it’s about providing equitable and easy-to-use websites and services for diverse populations. Because good design is design that works for everyone.
This post aims to describe a few basic, inclusive design concepts, and provides many additional resources for those ready to explore more.