Head of Regulatory and Government Affairs, SBS. (Michael Koonan)
The Inclusive Design approach can deliver what audiences want, increase reach, and increase audiences while being as inclusive as possible. It aligns with our values to be inclusive. This project had a lot of team engagement and enthusiasm because it is such purpose driven work.
Director Government Relations Asia Pacific, Adobe (Jennifer-mulveny
Given the strong emphasis that Adobe places on the importance of designing for everyone everywhere, our partnership with CFID has been instrumental in helping to evangelize the benefits of Inclusive Design in Australia.
Like CFID, Adobe prides itself on integrating Inclusive Design practices across every aspect of the customer experience, regardless of where and how they work, live, shop or play. The research that Adobe has supported in partnership with CfID on the benefits of designing inclusively across the Australian economy demonstrates the success in moving the needle on incorporating diversity thinking into every aspect of Australian lives.
CEO Choice (Alan Kirkland)
Every organisation should be incorporating Inclusive Design into its practices because Inclusive Design leads to better outcomes for all of your users. Our team loves working with CfID because they are knowledgeable, flexible and focused on getting the best outcome through working in partnership with us to develop our capabilities.
Interaction Design, AR VR Research, School of Creative Industries, Faculty of Education and Arts
SMARTlab and School of Creative Industries from the University of Newcastle have been working with the Center for Inclusive Design in various community engagement initiatives.
One of the key collaborations is to look at how assistive and emerging technologies can be used to develop a Virtual Reality (VR) museum gallery experience. This is an on-going project and such initiative has allowed us to combine immersive technology and social-good elements. We look forward to exploring more with CFID in many coming projects.