Design’s intrinsic motivation is to improve a user’s experience. There has been a surge of design with and by people with a wide range of physical, cognitive, and sensory abilities aiming to make the lives of those with special needs easier. Fueled by advances in research, technology, and fabrication, this proliferation of functional, life-enhancing products is creating unprecedented access in homes, schools, workplaces, and other public spaces. Reframing accessibility as a design opportunity invites multisensory engagement with the world around us. This conversation explores how designers are making environments universally accessible for all.