In the workshop, the participants identified design opportunities for inclusive everyday objects that makes the life of elderly easier through conducting an empathy experiment. This technique is a useful participant observation technique providing more insights about “what is to be an elderly person” then conducting interviews with elderly. Working in groups three, the participants were asked to “mimic” an elderly person by using the probes given to them (e.g. clothes, eyeglasses, walking stick). After this preparation phase, they were given an everyday task to fulfill (e.g. going to the cafeteria and ordering a coffee, going to the toilet, ordering food online and so on). Based on this performance, they identified the problematic situations that an elderly can face when performing simple everyday tasks. Then, they generated ideas to respond to these problems, and presented these ideas to the audience.