Design Meets Disability: Diverse Meetings

File0007“Disabled people do not all share a single experience, even of the same impairment; likewise, designers in the same discipline do not follow a single approach or hold the same values. Exciting new directions will arise from individual designers working with disabled individuals on particular briefs. This will produce different responses each time, complementary and even contradictory directions, but this richness is needed.” — Graham Pullin, Design Meets Disability

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  1. Lene says:

    looks really good. Checked his other books. One called Design for Inclusivity, wanted to buy it and… the Kindle version is $77!!! So didn’t get it. ;)

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