What is inclusive design?

This lesson resource looks at the topic of inclusive design and how design can be used to solve problems and support all people in society to engage successfully in the world around them. This resource sets the scene for inclusive design, helping students to understand how products must fulfill a need for a range of users. Students learning and understanding is documented in a series of worksheet based activities which encourages deeper thinking and further development.

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