Inclusive design uses diversity to guide innovation
We should all ... understand how each of us is an individual and is unique, but also focus on what is universally important to all of us. That way, we can increase access, reduce friction, create a more emotional connection—in literally whatever you design.
Learn how people adapt to the world around them. Bring that into your design practice.
What we design is a byproduct of how we design.
Our greatest asset when we design is human diversity.
I believe that human adaptation is a form of genius.
What made me unique was on the outside—my skin color, texture of my hair, my height even at that time. My dad taught me that being unique is like having a special telescope that allows you to see the world in a unique way. The trick is to use that telescope to see what's special in other people as well.
Genius is really a reflection of our own achievement or our will to want to achieve more.