is the design of products and environments to be accessible to ALL people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for modification or specialized design.
No step entryways to homes and buildings.
Lever door handles.
Walkways free from obstruction.
Icons for all languages.
Michael Allen Nesmith,
a Chicago native, was born into a deaf-culture family using ASL as the primary language and now is a designer for Amazon.
Accessible, Usable, Universal Design is User-Focused
Principles of Inclusive Design
Create environments that include all levels of ability.