Inclusive Design - Review of Student Projects

DS 30: Proceedings of DESIGN 2002, the 7th International Design Conference, Dubrovnik

Year: 2002
Editor: Marjanovic D.
Author: Kapetanovic, Zlatko; Horvat, Sanja; Lapaine, Božidar; Orešic, Mladen
Section: Design Education
Page(s): 1003-1008


The notion INCLUSIVE DESIGN is refered to process of designing artificial and visual environment suitable for all persons regardless of age,health conditions,education,skills and other.It was conceived as part of research explored at The Helen Hamlyn Research Centre,Royal College of Art in London. Human life expectance is getting longer and average age is getting higher.So does understanding the need for better quality and safer products and environment for all people-includingthose who are unjustly and unnecessary separated or even totally excluded from many forms of everyday life because of their physical or sensorial disabilities.

Keywords: inclusive design, student projects, inclusion of elderly, children, disabled


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