What's the difference between Inclusive Design and Accessibility?


#1

Or is Inclusive Design just the new name for Accessibility?


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#3

To me Accessibility often implies users with a disability, where as Inclusive doesn’t. As read in this article: https://uxdesign.cc/inclusive-design-mindset-6074e457728

I think Inclusive is seeing an accessibility problem from a health condition or personal attribute to, “a mismatch between the needs of an individual and a product, service, social structure, culture, or environment is huge because we all experience these mismatches on a day-to-day level whether they’re permanent, temporary or situational.

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#4

Inclusive Design is made for everyone.

Accessibility is for people with disabilities.