- NOV 14, 2011
Please note that exam/inspection copies and instructor resources are only available to instructors and faculty staff at recognized institutions.
What's in the book
The BookStretching beyond the successes and challenges of universal design since the inception of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990 and its amendment in 2008, Inclusive Design: A Universal Need details how an inclusive approach to design creates an accessible and aesthetically pleasing environment for a total population—not just the aging or differently abled. Fully covering CIDA accreditation standards that include both the application of ADA and universal design, the text further specifies the benefits of an inclusive approach to residential and commercial environments, product design, and technology.
Table of Contents
Foundations for Inclusive Design
Legislation That Precedes Inclusive Design
Integrating Inclusive Design into the Design Process
Inclusive Design for Products and Environments
Product Design and Inclusivity
Commercial Design—An Overview
Healthcare and Institutional Design
Hospitality, Retail, and Other Commercial Design
Advocates of Inclusive Design
About The AuthorsLinda L. Nussbaumer, PhD, ASID, IDEC, is a Certified Interior Designer in Minnesota and a professor of interior design at South Dakota State University (SDSU). She has published in the Journal of Interior Design, Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education, and Implications.
- Page count:
- Fairchild Books
- 8.5 x 11 "
- 16 pp full colour