Why Inclusive ?
Inclusive design understands that everyone is different and that individual needs change with time and circumstances. Some circumstances might change what you do or how you do things, for example: a medical injury or condition (temporary, long-term or permanent), an unfamiliarity with a product or environment, a lack of understanding (e.g. practicing a sport for the first time), a physical attribute (e.g. weight, strength), and so on.
A common misconception regarding inclusive design is that it benefits only a few, such as older and disabled people. On the contrary, inclusive design aspires to benefit everyone by promoting accessible and usable products, services and environments.