Inclusive design is a design philosophy that embraces how diverse people are not just in terms of ability but also in terms of race, ethnicity, color, socio-economic religion. We are designing for the world that speaks many languages and has different limitations — physical or cognitive. As a design community, either we can offer an experience that respects these differences or can go a step further to create experiences that welcome people from all walks of life. Through research, we can be closer to everyone to learn more about these difference but most importantly can be closer to those who wants to be a part of the world we are designing. In this episode we will talk about these three concepts of accessibility, usability and inclusion that are crucial for designing products and services.