What is the coolest thing you have seen in the built environment that promote inclusivity? Inclusive design is a strategy that provides design solutions that work for everyone no matter their unique ability. This is a openness to strategies included in Universal Design and ADA and thinking about who that does not cover. Inclusivity means breaking down broken ways of thinking to include innovation. Inclusivity allows for kids to play together, adults to hang out, and all of them to do it no matter their ability.
Send me photos in the comments below of places where you have seen a lack of inclusive design elements.