Designing a World for Everyone: 30 Years of Inclusive Design by Jeremy Myerson

Designing A World For Everyone by Jeremy Myerson is published to mark the 30th anniversary of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the Royal College of Art. The book takes the reader through a selection of 30 innovative designs -- from product design and graphics to interior and urban design -- which increase inclusivity and ease of access for all ages and abilities.

In this article, author Jeremy Myerson, co-founder of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, and current Helen Hamlyn Professor of Design at the Royal College of Art, reflects on the importance of the inclusive design that he explores in his new book:

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