[community] A quick question
pina.dintino at gmail.com
Wed Jan 10 15:55:05 UTC 2018
Personally I wish we would stop using the term universal design as often it creates confusion amongst people. I understand its origin, but would you say that too has morphed more into inclusive design?
Pina D’Intino, MDes, PMP, CPACC
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From: community [mailto:community-bounces at lists.idrc.ocadu.ca] On Behalf Of Treviranus, Jutta
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2018 8:17 AM
To: Aya Jibreal
Cc: Inclusive Design Community
Subject: Re: [community] A quick question
I’ve tried to explain our meaning and use of the term Inclusive Design rather than Universal Design here:
As further clarification, our version of the term inclusive design emerged at the same time but was different from the use in the UK, where inclusive design was used to denote a necessary compromise to universal design that considered the business processes.
I’d love to answer any questions you have related to this.
On Jan 10, 2018, at 3:33 AM, Aya Jibreal <aya.jibreal at qaderoon.sa<mailto:aya.jibreal at qaderoon.sa>> wrote:
Can someone define both terms "Universal Design" and "Inclusive Design"?
Are they the same or not? please clarify the difference if there is any.
Thank you very much
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