Embracing inclusive design is all about removing barriers so that everyone can participate equally, confidently, and independently.
        A prime example of this commitment is a website by Microsoft, which shares their inclusive design principles and offers a wealth of resources and toolkits, making design and technology more accessible for all.        
        Additionally, Adobe's Head of Inclusive Design, Matt May, plays a significant role in advancing the inclusive design movement. He works diligently to integrate equitable design practices across the entire Adobe user experience, provides essential training and mentorship to the Adobe Design team, and advocates for accessibility and inclusive design principles on a broader scale.