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On Saturday, April 14, 2018, Design Incubation and AIGA/NY hosted a panel discussion and workshop titled, Designing for and Teaching Accessibility. Guest speakers included Elizabeth Guffey, professor of Art History at SUNY Purchase, and author of Designing Disability: Symbols, Spaces and Society (Bloomsbury, 2017); Bo Campbell, Interaction Designer and Accessibility Design Lead at IBM; Neil Ward, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Drake University; and Liz Jackson, founder of Girl with the Purple Cane and the Inclusive Design Network. You can access a draft of the Accessibility Guide.pdf here. Bo Campbell welcomes any feedback. We would like to continue the discussion here, offer feedback on the event, and consider some of the following topics: How are accessibility and universal design included in the design process? What are things that you as a designer currently do, or want to do, to address the challenges people with disabilities have when using things you design and produce? As a design educator, how do you integrate accessibility and universal design into your teaching and instruction? Please join us in this discussion to further the universal experience people have with design.