What is inclusive design? It is simple. It means that your product has been created with the intention of being accessible to as many different users as possible. For a long time, the concept of accessibility has been limited in terms of only defining physical spaces.
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It is one of the most popular books on diversity in recent years. Unconscious biases are investigated by psychologists Mahzarin R. Banaji and Anthony G. Greenwald, who look at how events and ideas gradually alter thinking ways. The authors demonstrate how to recognize and fight biases using scientific approaches like the Implicit Association Test.