The fundamental design feature of a democratic society is a citizen’s right to vote. But ensuring that every person is able to vote is not as easy as it seems. Everything from how you design a paper ballot, build an electronic terminal, process a mail-in ballot, to how you engineer a public space for private voting and so on brings hundreds of complicated design decisions.

In the final episode of this season of Wireframe, Adobe’s design podcast hosted by Adobe Senior Director of Design Khoi Vinh, we look at how sometimes design choices find themselves at odds with political ones.

Listen to the podcast to hear the story, and click here to read a full transcript of this episode.