Have you ever had an interaction with a piece of technology- be it hardware, software or even a basic household tool, and been struck by the ease or simplicity with which it helped you accomplish your goal? Every day we interact with good design and in most cases we’re not even aware because the experience is seamless.

But for a segment of the population this is not the status quo. For many, even basic daily tasks become impossible or highly challenging due to the default way that products and experiences are designed. This is where inclusive design enters the picture.