Inclusive design is the practise of considering as wide a range of people as possible in a product’s User Experience (UX). This section of the Knowledge Hub will collate information about how software and hardware can be designed inclusively and accessibly for blind and partially sighted users. For blind users, this often means making the software interfaces easy to use with a screen-reader and keyboard navigation, not just compatible with these methods of access. For partially sighted users, this may mean considering simpler, bolder graphical user interfaces, which use good colour contrast and can be resized.
It will also promote opportunities and pathways for blind or partially sighted person to get involved in design processes directly: “nothing about us, without us”.