Our teams’ top picks for Inclusive design content for the year ahead, to keep you learning all year..
Ep 13: Disrupting the Status Quo, Utopia’s Nadya Powell
Within the world of business, real change happens from the inside out. Hear from Utopia founder Nadya Powell on changing internal business thinking to become more inclusive, healthy and entrepreneurial.
Zoomer to Boomer Event Synopsis
CfID’s take on the ‘Zoomer to Boomer’ event hosted by The Culture Equation.
Dyslexia awareness month
October is dyslexia awareness month. Wondering how you can support people with dyslexia? Here are our suggestions.
Ep 12: Debiasing pictures; Kate Rourke – Getty Images
While a picture can say more than words, it doesn’t always reflect the truth. In this podcast we speak to Kate Rourke, Asia-Pacific Head of Creative Insights for Getty Images about what Getty’s is doing to debias our view of…
Ep 11: Queer, young and a long way to go with Lara Husselbee
In this conversation we chat about the issues young LGBTQ+ people face, and actions we can all take to be an active ally.
Was I taught to be a good designer?
Centre for Inclusive Design team member Ashleigh Finn reflects on her time at University and asks, ‘was I taught to be a good designer?’.
Broadcast and social media communication in emergencies
With a slew of disasters unfolding in 2022, we’ve received enquiries about messages broadcast via television, print and online media. The following guide is a simple resource for people to communicate inclusively in times of emergency.
Ep 10: Professor Kees Dorst reveals the special sauce in designing sustainable solutions
Listen to Prof Kees Dorst explain the ‘special sauce’ in design thinking to solve complex, multilayered problems the world is facing.
Workplace allyship, during pride month and beyond.
It’s June, which means it’s pride month for the LGBTQ2S+ community and their friends. But if you want to truly support your LGBTQ2S+ colleagues through allyship, it’s a year round commitment.