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New & Forthcoming Titles | Design For Inclusion

Design For Inclusion

Design For Inclusion

Series Ed.: Di Bucchianico, Giuseppe

ISSN: 2662-5644

The book series “Design for Inclusion” publishes studies aimed at untangling the complex relationships between design and society, especially with regard to human diversity and inclusion. The series cover the classical fields of industrial design, such as product design, interior design, service design and communication design, with a special focus on their interactions with other disciplines, such as the physical and social sciences.  In particular, the series reports on the latest developments, both theoretical and practical, concerning different approaches to “Design for Inclusion”: Universal Design, Inclusive Design, and Design for All. It shares insights into their multiple, interdisciplinary relationships with both the human sciences and the transversal frameworks and approaches typical of Human-Centered Design (HCD) and Design for Sustainability.  “Design for Inclusion” addresses a very broad readership, including designers, engineers, architects, social scientists and stakeholders, who deal with any of the topics mentioned above and their various implications. It publishes volumes fostering scientific advances, as well as books devoted to supporting education and professional training. These include monographs, edited books and conference proceeding. Outstanding PhD theses on emerging topics, if properly reworked, may also be considered for publication. This book series is published with the support of EIDD - Design for All Europe.