The acceleration of inclusive design

Creating more inclusive and equitable products and experiences

Christina Mallon, Wunderman Thompson’s Global Head of Inclusive Design and Accessibility, explains how new working patterns will spur innovation in inclusive design that reflect the diversity of the world, the importance of collaborating with individuals with different lived experiences and the impact this will have on brand loyalty and ultimately the bottom-line.

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published on

09 December 2021

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