The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how humans use digital products. As usage numbers increase, we must think of everyone when designing.
How inclusion shapes design: an interview with inclusive designer Kat Holmes
A group of University at Buffalo architects and researchers is looking to create a bridge for builders to access the latest design trends.
This series will explore concepts, practices, and organizational shifts that are central to inclusive pedagogy in higher education.
The goal is big and simple: Get all Erie County residents – children, adults and seniors – to live better, healthier lives.
Universal design has been part of Norway’s national policies and strategies for more than 15 years and is preferred to the traditional approach of accessibility for people with disabilities in public environments.
How do you overcome something by simply doing something anyone else would be congratulated for? Can’t disabled people simply be congratulated for what they have done without their impairment being part of it?
Home modifications can help delay institutional care, creating benefits for the individual, the taxpayer and the healthcare system.
With the development of the OID, students will have more resources to learn about, provide, and acquire accessibility on campus. In addition, the creation of the OID will allow the SDC to concentrate on aiding students with disabilities in their successful completion of their desired degree.
The Universal Design Living Laboratory in Columbus, Ohio, is the top-rated universal design home in North America with three national universal design certifications. The Universal Design Living Laboratory serves as an example of how to best design for everyone of all ages and abilities.