The concept of Universal Design underpins everything we do at AccEase.
"Universal design is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design."
– Ron Mace NC State University, The Center for Universal Design
The traffic lights controlled pedestrian crossing is an everyday example of Universal Design, also sometimes called inclusive design. Everyone can do the same thing at the same time - they may have different means of perceiving that they can cross the road but they can all cross at the same time in the same place together. No-one is left out.
We will help you apply this concept to your communications through web sites and other media and the different ways you engage with your customers, including disabled and older people.