Designing for Inclusion

Part 4: Ideation & Prototyping

We all have limits to our abilities — physical, social, emotional and cognitive. How can we design to embrace these universal things that make us human, but also create solutions that are highly adaptive to an individual person?

We as designers can help to remove obstacles, enabling people to participate in society no matter their individual challenges. Let’s imagine a future that puts human empathy at their design core!

From insights to ideation

How can we improve the grocery shopping
experience for the visually impaired?

You gamers might know this phenomenon by the term fog of war ;-)

Can we design something functional, yet elegant and unobtrusive to use? Can we build something that adds to the users quality in life?

The team is exploring ideas, sketching user flows and having fun.

The concept in a nutshell

Prove it, prototype it

A functional, working prototype

Appendix

What is this about?

The designer behind the project

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We are a group of interaction design students working and we are part of the Microsoft Research Design Expo 2015 on inclusive design.

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