Firstly, Inclusive Design has been identified by the UK Department of Trade and Industry (D.T.I.) as a business goal where:

“…Designers ensure that their products and services address the needs of the widest possible audience.”

(D.T.I. Foreseight 2000)

In other words, “It is the ability that all people who use a product, place or service, independently of their functional limitations “. For example, this could be a person with a broken leg, someone on a wheelchair, someone with poor vision, a pregnant woman, all with diferent functional limitations but if a product or service is INCLUSIVE, then all these people, and many more, can use it on their own.

This is what Inclusive Designers aim to achieve and this is what we do.