With the advent of COVID-19, workplaces are dramatically different. In Australia we’ve been living this new way for almost 2 years with different states at different stages of lock-down. The phrase ‘what the new normal will look like’ seems to me to be redundant. This is our now normal way of working.
In our highly technological world, what do inclusively designed privacy and security mechanisms look like? Or more importantly, what don’t they look like…
A conversation about what allyship means and practical steps we can all take to become a better ally.
CfID designer Eloise Cleary takes us on a personal journey of learning and teaching about designing inclusively with edge users
CfID’s Michelle discusses how to foster inclusive, real conversations and support in the lead up to R U OK? Day.
What would Australia look like today if we looked to our past Indigenous history and teachings to design our present and our future?
We look at a history of discrimination for the LGBTQIA+ community and busting binaries for inclusion and representation in media and work.
Flushable toilets have been around since the late 16th century, yet, five centuries later we still haven’t arrived at widely available, fully inclusive public amenities. Read Scott Sumner’s journey as he questions our perceptions and expectations when nature calls
Users have biases and so do we. We explore how design and strategy can help keep them at bay (or use them for good).
We chat about inclusion for women in male dominated industries, designing for disability and designing building for rockstars.