Why one size fits all leaves most of us out.
Many of the products and services we use today have been designed for a young, white and able-bodied “Reference Man”. The result? Poor user experiences for everyone else.
Inclusive design, however, addresses the needs of all potential users, starting with the most marginalized and excluded populations. It has already proved an effective antidote to exclusion – and could soon be coming to a talent system near you.
In the second part of our new series on inclusive design for talent systems, we look at how the core principles of inclusive design can be used to create organizations that are truly inclusive and diverse.
Download the report to:
- Learn our four core principles of inclusive design for talent systems.
- Read case studies of organizations that have benefited from inclusive design.
- Understand the actions you can take to apply inclusive design within your organization.