How Do We Design Products That Are Truly Made for All?

There is a responsibility on brands to not only stop discriminatory pricing, but also to seriously invest in a more diverse design perspective.

This isn't limited to gender identity, instead brands should be fully encompassing of sexual orientations, disabilities and racial, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds too. 🙌

Associate Creative Director at Wolff Olins, Melissa Chavez, explores how brands can design products that are truly made for all, in this article for MUSE By Clio.