Inclusive design is a design of mainstream products that can be accessed by as many people as reasonably possible. It does not need special adaptation either. The same idea can be applied to the web. The internet is such a huge part of life for everyone that it is important that people get access to it.
- Inclusive design should be implemented to create more effective web applications.
- Inclusive design involves considering users with all kinds of strengths and weaknesses in creating a web design.
- By employing inclusive design, your web applications will reach a broader audience and be more useable by everyone.
“Inclusive design, as shared by the Inclusive Design Group at the University of Cambridge, is defined as “design of mainstream products and/or services that are accessible to, and usable by, as many people as reasonably possible … without the need for special adaptation or (specialized) design.” The same concept can be extended to the web”