Microsoft: Digital and web accessibility
Microsoft Inclusive design was born out of digital environments, that enables and draws on the full range of human diversity. Most importantly, this means including and learning from people with a range of perspectives.
Microsoft provides plenty of videos, case studies and manuals how to start with inclusive design. Whether you're a program manager, engineer, data scientist, designer, or anyone else who helps create products and services, Inclusive Design is a practice you can follow.
They say: "Exclusion happens when we solve problems using our own biases. We seek out exclusions, and use them as opportunities to create new and better experiences." Start with 3 key principles:
Recognize exclusion: We acknowledge bias and recognize exclusions that happen because of mismatches between people and experience.
Learn from diversity: Inclusive Design puts people in the center throughout the process. Their fresh, diverse perspectives are the key to true insight.
Solve for one, extend to many: Everyone has abilities and limits. Creating products for people with permanent disabilities creates results that benefit everyone.