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Design Cards, Inclusive: A Microsoft Design Toolkit, 2015

This is a Design cards. It was designed by Microsoft (created by Albert Shum, Kat Holmes, Kris Woolery, Margaret Price, Doug Kim, Elena Dvorkina, Derek Dietrich-Muller, Nathan Kile, Sarah Morris, Joyce Chou, Sogol Malekzadeh, and an extended group) and Kristine Woolery. It is dated 2015. Its medium is digital.

The team at Microsoft created these free, downloadable activity cards to encourage an inclusive approach when designing. It is based on the following inclusive design principles: recognize exclusion; learn from diversity; solve for one, extend to many. It is the result of extensive research, including conversations with users and designers, on how to design for the full range of human diversity.

It is credited Courtesy of Microsoft Design.

  • étui (France)
  • straw, paper.
  • Gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt.
  • 1924-15-44-a,b

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