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こ不再与你纠缠 发表于 2016-10-9 16:02:11
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    We’re elevating our perspective. We’re evolving our design principles and practices. These inform how our experiences look, feel, function, and behave.
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
           Our Evolution

    We’re on an amazing journey—together

    In 2010 we inspired the industry with a new look and feel based on the International Typographic Style. We call this the Microsoft Design Language.
    Today, this shared foundation still aligns and guides us. But our designs also need to adapt to human diversity.
    We aim for cohesion, not uniformity. Our next step is to expand beyond visual style with an inclusive design practice. As we connect and evolve, so will our design tools, products, and community.
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

           Why We Make

    Human beings have been at the center of design practices for a long time. These practices are the foundation for our work. Yet as technology becomes more capable we need new models for how it should behave. We use human behavior to guide our designs, draw inspiration from human interactions, and let people lead the way.
    This helps us understand the many roles that technology plays in one person’s life. And makes us mindful of universal human needs like control, trust, and dignity.
    Simply put, the Microsoft Design principles guide why, how, and what we make. They’re what make a designer a Microsoft designer.
           

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

         Think universal

     We focus on what unifies people—human motivations, relationships, and abilities. This drives us to consider the broader social impact of our work. The result is an experience that has a diversity of ways for all people to participate.
               

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

         Make it personal

     Next, we challenge ourselves to create emotional connection. Human-to-human interactions can inspire better human-to-technology interaction. A person’s unique circumstances can improve a design for everyone. The result is an experience that feels like it was created for one person.
               

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

         Keep it simple

     We start with simplicity as the ultimate unifier. When we reduce clutter people know what to do next. They’re inspired to move forward into spaces that are clean, light, and open. The result is an experience that’s honest and timeless.
               

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

         Create delight

     Delightful experiences evoke wonder and discovery. Sometimes it’s magical. Sometimes it’s a detail that’s just right. We design these moments to feel like a welcomed change in tempo. The result is an experience that has momentum and flow.
                  How We Make

    We design together as a family, across many disciplines. How well we work together determines how well our products work for customers.
    People interact with our products in diverse ways. It’s our job to make sure their experience is both cohesive and inclusive, from the smallest details to the most expansive systems.
    Here are a few examples of how human diversity is shifting our design practices.

               Inclusive Design Toolkit

      In 2001 the World Health Organization   redefined disability as “a mismatch in interaction between the features of a person’s body and the features of the environment in which they live.” As designers, our work can create or remove these mismatches in interaction.
     We’ve developed a toolkit to show how human diversity can create better design constraints. And how to connect seemingly niche solutions to broader markets. This toolkit can be used with any existing design processes.
     It’s a work in progress. We invite you to try out the full toolkit and help us make it better.
      Reuse is permitted under CC BY-ND-ND
      Download manual   Download activities
         

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

               Partnerships

     We partner with schools, nonprofits, filmmakers, and companies as a way to expand our perspective. We collaborate with organizations that share our belief in cultural relevance and inclusive design as an approach to creating.
      Contact us at [email protected]
                  

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
             Letting people lead the way

        In partnership with Guide Dogs   and Future Cities Catapult and other organizations, Microsoft teams spent over 2 yearsdeveloping a solution for helping people who are visually impaired to navigate cities. The team spent time in the field observing and experiencing first-hand the challenges with urban way-finding. This empathetic inclusion of people in every step of the design process allowed for a solution that was driven by the interaction between people and their environment. It’s people rather than technology in the lead.
        Learn more about the project here.
                     

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
             Design Expo

       Students from eight top design schools from around the world created inclusive solutions fortoday's world problems. They worked with faculty and Microsoft advisers and pitched their solutions in Redmond, WA on July, 29, 2015.
        Learn more about the Design Expo
                     

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
              Captivated by Her : A design experiment
       In 2013, we were putting final touches on Cortana when the trailer for Her was released. We called the filmmakers and they invitedus to prescreen the film. We were deeply moved by this amazing love story. But it also painted an optimistic and human-led future for interaction design. We were inspired to connect the film to the work we do for operating systems at Microsoft. We partnered with the filmmakers to host two student workshops based on one question: How can our human emotions inspire new interactions with technology and each other?
        Watch the documentary
                     

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
             Inclusive design workshop with RISD

       We’ve created workshops and tools for cross-disciplinary teams to activate inclusive thinking at universities. In one workshopwe partnered with the RISD and Brown STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) club to go through the design process and create concepts in an immersive 2-day workshop. Over a dozen students applied for jobs/internships after participating in or hearing about the initiative.
                              Workshops, sprints, and hackathons

     These are ongoing practices to find new approaches to tough challenges. Whether it’s dedicating our time to design solutions with a nonprofit or connecting with customers face-to–face, it’s all about creating new connections to each other’s work. Great designs come from designers who are connected to each other and the world around them.
                  

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
             Ability Summit

       This annual event brings Microsoft's approach to diversity and inclusion to life. Engineers, designers, and othertech pros work side by side with people with a spectrum of disabilities from inside and outside Microsoft. Through educational sessions, a hackathon, and including people in the design process, we learn through each summit how to make products that are deeply personal and that adapt to social, physical, cultural, and environmental context.
                     

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
             Inclusive design sprints

       Inclusive sprints with our designers put the toolkit into practice and examine how people of different abilities interact with technology. Each sprint includesimmersive interview sessions with subject matter experts who have abilities different than our own. We partner with them to learn and innovate from their expertise. For example, as we innovate Cortana’s voice-based interactions we’ve spent time with people who have a range of abilities and disabilities across visual, hearing, speech, mobility, and cognitive spectrums, including autism, ADHD, and dyslexia. If we create a solution that works for this range of customers, we also inform better designs for everyone.
                              Maker spaces

     Our design work combines digital and physical experiences. We have world-class model shops and hobbyist maker lounges. Some of the latest apps from Microsoft were incubated in The Garage by employees who had a simple vision and a passion for making it real. Whether it’s a science fair, soldering lesson, or the next product for customers, our maker spaces are hubs to learn and explore with talented people from across Microsoft.
              

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

           

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
             MakerU community

       MakerU is a community-led initiative where designers learn and teach each other new and different ways to express ourcreativity and ideas. Workshops range from prototyping with electronics and microcontrollers to building guitar pedals, making chocolate molds, or even designing cosplay costumes. MakerU is a space where we can build, break, tinker, and experiment together.
                                  What We Make

     What we make reflects why we’re here and how we work. The Microsoft Design Language is evolving to connect a system of experiences with a cohesive look, feel, and behavior. Here are some examples of our design principles in practice.
                   The ways that people work

      There are many roles that technology plays in our lives. People who perform similar roles on a daily basis understand the functional and emotional nuances. From personal assistants to professional organizers to mobility instructors, we learn from human expertise and experience as a model for designing interactions with technology.
                       

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
               Skype Translator

        Inspired by human translators, Skype Translator helps people communicate in real time across the barriers ofculture, language, and geography. We use speech recognition, automatic translation, and machine learning to help make the experience fit a person’s unique way of speaking. We aim to make it possible for people of all languages and hearing abilities to participate in universal conversations.
         Watch a demo of Skype Translator
                          

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
               Cortana

        We spent time with real assistants to learn what makes them truly personal and trustworthy. We learnedthat transparency and control are universally important aspects of trust. Cortana’s Notebook is inspired by this insight, giving people a place to review and adjust what they want Cortana to know. This helps her do a better job of anticipating needs and adapting to preferences. Every way that Cortana interacts with people, from her jokes to her visual style, is designed with a careful consideration of human context.
         See how we developed Cortana
                          

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
               Universal Windows Platform apps

        The digital world surrounds us with devices of different sizes and shapes. Universal Windows Platform apps, which canrun on any Windows-powered device, connect us to our favorite experiences no matter where we are or what device we’re using.
         Learn more here
                                     Inspired by human interaction

      Eye contact, a nod of recognition, or a smile are important cues between people. These interactions are simple and universal, yet full of personal and cultural nuances. They inspire us to design experiences that incorporate the things that make people unique.
                       

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
               HoloLens

        People naturally learn, create, and work in a three-dimensional world. Yet most digital experiences arelimited to two-dimensional screens. HoloLens is designed to reflect the ways that people interact with their physical environment by overlaying the digital world with the real world. This creates new ways of working together that are transformative, yet familiar.
         Learn more about HoloLens
                          

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
               Windows Hello

        Names and faces are two of the most important things we remember about people after we firstmeet them. Remembering names and faces helps us to recognize other people when meeting them again in the future. Securely unlocking a computer multiple times a day should be just as simple. Inspired by the way people acknowledge one another, Windows Hello is designed to learn the unique features of your face to seamlessly unlock for you, and only you.
         Learn more about Windows Hello
                          

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
      

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
               Learning Tools for OneNote

         Learning Tools for OneNote provides tools for students with a wide range of abilities. This toolbar was born out of a collaborationbetween Windows, OneNote, Bing and Microsoft Research and resulted in a prototype created during the 2015 Microsoft Hackathon. The team created a solution inspired by students with dyslexia, which introduces special text formatting tools that can make reading, writing and note-taking easier. These tools matter for educators because the ability to read impacts our ability to learn and our lifelong earning potential. This toolbar is now available for public preview for OneNote 2010 and 2016 – you can read more about it on the Office blog here .
                                We are always looking to connect with talented designers and makers

   
         
  • Meet our design community     
  • Contact us via email     
  •   Follow Microsoft Design               

    Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit

    Microsoft Inclusive design toolkit
       



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