This textbook specifies how an inclusive approach to residential, commercial, product design, and technology creates accessible and aesthetically pleasing environments and tools for everyone to use together-not only for the aging or differently abled, the tall or the short, but for all.
For a long time, the concept of accessibility has been limited in terms of only defining physical spaces. However, change is afoot: personal technology now plays a part in the everyday lives of most of us, and thus it is a responsibility for designers of apps, web pages, and more public-facing tech products to make them accessible to all.
This book aims for the direct application of inclusive design concepts and technical information into architectural and interior design practices, construction, facilities management, and property development.
Universal UX Design: Building Multicultural User Experience provides an ideal guide as multicultural UX continues to emerge as a transdisciplinary field that, in addition to the traditional UI and corporate strategy concerns, includes socio/cultural and neurocognitive concerns that constitute one of the first steps in a truly global product strategy.