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Embracing Differences: Understanding and Designing for Neurodiversity
When we design for neurodiversity—be it autism, ADHD, sensory processing disorder—we design for everyone.
Path Architecture Builds a Modern, Mass Timber Answer to Assisted Living
A 70-unit apartment complex in Portland combines barrier-free design, eco-friendly construction, and a focus on human connections for active seniors.
Karen Braitmayer, Founder of Studio Pacifica, Weighs in on Accessible Design
As the ADA turns 30, the Seattle architect reflects on inclusivity and how we can make strides to truly design for all.
These 7 Products Make the Home More Accessible
When products are designed with an attention to flexibility, intuition, and a range of abilities, everybody wins.
Why Are There So Few Great Accessible Buildings?
Design historian Bess Williamson assesses the state of accessible architecture in 2020, which marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Want Universal Design? Make Technology More Intuitive
Designer Patricia Moore on the shortcomings of minimal compliance, and why she’s hopeful that technology can create a more inclusive built environment
Making Good on the “Universal” in Universal Design
The Runners-up: A new generation of designers takes on an ambitious set of pressing social challenges.