Universal Design in Japan

"On its way toward achieving a society based on information technology (IT), Japan has experienced the rapid spread of the Internet, cellular phones, and personal computers - all of which are becoming essential in our lives. Japan is also addressing the problems that will come with its aging population. Under these circumstances, universal design of IT products and services must be enhanced so everyone can benefit from the IT-based society regardless of age, physcial funtionality, knowledge, and experience."
Kayoko Ikeda

::: DOWNLOAD: Ikeda, K. (2005). Trends toward Universal Design in Japan. Fujitsu. Scientific and Technical Journal, 41, 31-37.

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