Can designers and stakeholders generate meaningful design strategies and controlled visions for the future inclusive society that overcome the idea of ‘design for disabled people’? Is it possible to generate creative and innovative meta-design insights for future inclusive projects? A set of 180 cards (60 descriptive cards and 120 visual cards), part of the Inclusive Signs toolkit, are here presented to allow designers, design students, and stakeholders to generate meaningful inclusive meta-design concepts and research strategies. The carts are part of an open access project and are distributed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. For more information, please see: https://inclusivesigns.lincoln.ac.uk/

Inclusive Signs: Descriptive Cards and Visual Cards

Rossi E
2022

Abstract

Can designers and stakeholders generate meaningful design strategies and controlled visions for the future inclusive society that overcome the idea of ‘design for disabled people’? Is it possible to generate creative and innovative meta-design insights for future inclusive projects? A set of 180 cards (60 descriptive cards and 120 visual cards), part of the Inclusive Signs toolkit, are here presented to allow designers, design students, and stakeholders to generate meaningful inclusive meta-design concepts and research strategies. The carts are part of an open access project and are distributed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. For more information, please see: https://inclusivesigns.lincoln.ac.uk/
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