Microsoft Inclusive Design Toolkit
Inclusive design has a strong heritage in accessibility. There are great examples of inclusive practices from architecture, physical product, and public spaces. Yet, digital technology presents new opportunities to expand this expertise in new ways.
About the toolkit
In this toolkit, we define inclusive design as a set of practices that can be applied to any existing design process. Inclusive is how we design. It’s our tools and methods. In comparison, accessibility offer ways to improve access to what is already designed. A curb cut is still a curb. The cut makes the curb more accessible. Inclusive design gives us ways to design for ever-changing human motivations and needs. And design systems that can adapt to fit those diverse needs. (Microsoft, taken from the Toolkit)
To download the toolkit: https://www.microsoft.com/design/inclusive/