The aim of universalising design is to create a more inclusive world. Universal design is a design concept not a type of product. The principles of universal design can be applied to concrete things like products, buildings and open spaces, to intellectual activities such as designing learning programs, and to conceptual things such as policies and practices. Universal design is also part of conversations about sustainability, resilience, health and wellbeing. For more information go to the What is Universal Design? page to see the many aspects of universal design or choose one of the topics on the left hand menu.You can find out more about the Centre for Universal Design Australia from the About Us page. You can support the Centre’s work by becoming a member. Meanwhile, you can subscribe to our regular newsletter of new posts, by using the box on the left hand menu bar. You can also help with a donation.
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