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This blog post outlines the need for accessibility and inclusion in building products and how it's a win for everyone involved. The World Health Organisation says over a billion people, 15% of the world population, have some form of disability. Inclusive design is about considering the full range of human diversity such as age, class, color, gender, literacy, race, and all forms of disability. The philosophy of inclusive design addresses this problem. Empathizing with users will help us see more barriers than we can imagine. We need to start thinking about solving them for people with disabilities.