The principles of inclusive design. (They include you.)

"Inclusive design is about making places everyone can use."

"The way places are designed affects our ability to move, see, hear and communicate effectively.
Inclusive design aims to remove the barriers that create undue effort and separation. It enables everyone to participate equally, confidently and independently in everyday activities.
An inclusive approach to design offers new insights into the way we interact with the built environment. It creates new opportunities to deploy creative and problemsolving skills."

"Inclusive design is everyone’s responsibility."

::: DOWNLOAD The principles of inclusive design. (They include you.), 20 pages
by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, UK's advisor on architecture, urban design and public space, 2006

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