Inclusive Design Research Group
Inclusive Design Research Group at Brunel University London brings together design and engineering, human-computer interaction, healthcare and social science expertise to: understand different factors causing exclusion; develop methods and interventions for improvement; advance the knowledge of design for inclusion and human-centred innovation for sustainability.
The group’s research strengths include inclusive design/universal design theory and methods, design innovation for the ageing society, and supporting designers and other stakeholders to engage in inclusive design and social innovation.
The goal of the Inclusive Design Research Group is three-fold: To inform (decision-making and design processes); to engage (stakeholder e.g. designers, users, policy-makers, non-governmental organisations, industry and the general public); to impact (on the society through changing attitudes and more inclusive solutions).
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