Even if you start small and build up as you go, there are plenty of UD strategies to adopt to make your office more accessible for all.
4 Universal Design Solutions to Prevent Slips & Falls in the Workplace
Falls, slips, and trips are responsible for over a third of all reported major injuries in the workplace.
5 Tactile Cues That Will Help Everyone Navigate Your Building
Braille on the door. Bumps on the curb. Raised letters on signage. The texture on a handrail. Tactile cues are a critical accommodation for people with disabilities.
Designing Without Limits
Universal Design (UD) is an approach to designing products and environments for the masses. When architects, engineers, and product designers create something new, they ensure the facility, information, and merchandise can be used, accessed, and understood by the greatest number of people, regardless of their diverse needs and abilities.
Why you need to embrace Universal Design
Learn how to create an inclusive environment where every employee can be successful.