…how do you design a new building to ensure that it serves the needs of all users? Inclusive design can make that happen. UB’s Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access (IDeA Center), in collaboration with the Global Universal Design Commission, has developed the first set of universal design certification standards for commercial buildings, lookingContinue reading “Grand Rapids YMCA first building to adopt universal design standards”
Some people with disabilities don’t require the use of a wheelchair, some have no mobility issues at all, but lots of people benefit from accessibility… Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source.
WHAT DEVELOPERS SHOULD KNOW FOR A UNIVERSALLY ACCESSIBLE INTERNET Web accessibility is the practice of removing any barriers to interaction with technology for anyone, including people with disabilities. Simply put, this means that when you create an application or a website, everyone should be able to access it. … Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full articleContinue reading “What Developers Should Know For A Universally Accessible Internet | Universally Designed”
A universal, accessible taxi fleet is something to aspire to, and IMHO Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s push to standardize the NY city’s taxi fleet with a single, universal vehicle is to be applauded. This Nissan vehicle looks the ticket. Though I ‘m not sure how most electric wheelchairs would fit in lengthwise. I look forward to seeingContinue reading “Wheelchair-accessible version of the NYC Taxi”