Inclusief Design: Environment

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In making your surroundings more inclusive, make sure you do what designers should be able to best: listen to what people have to say and what they need in order to feel comfortable and enabled.

Working environment

Therre seem to be no statistics specifically on the Dutch design context (in e.g. gender equality, cultural backgrounds, etc.). In the UK, there are some thanks to the Design Council.

There’s much more at Project Include. If you need inspiration from a Dutch cultural context, check out Code Diversiteit & Inclusie.


Design education

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Examples & initiatives

Read on about Process & Products

  1. BNO has mentoring and coaching programs, but it’s only for members and a one-time thing or paid.