Universal Design Principles - Examples

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Universal Design Principles - Examples
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2015-04-01 10:52:41
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Examples of the Universal Design Principles
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  1. Single Lever Faucet - Usable by Everyone
    Equitable Use
  2. SameĀ use for all people with different abilities
    Equitable Use
  3. Design Identical Whenever Possible, equivalent when not
    Equitable Use
  4. Cabinet Storage on Countertop, usable by everyone
    Equitable Use
  5. Avoid Segregating or Stigmatizing any users
    Equitable Use
  6. Make the design appeal to all users
    Equitable Use
  7. The Design accomadates a wide range of individual preferences and abilities
    Flexibility in Use
  8. The Design is useful and marketable to people with diverse abilities
    Equitable Use
  9. Side Hinged oven door, useful by seated or standing users
    Equitable Use
  10. Multiple Counter Heights
    Flexibility in Use
  11. Accommodates Right or Left Handed Access and Use
    Flexibility in Use
  12. Pull-out Cabinet Storage
    Flexibility in Use
  13. Switches located at 42" AFF, outlets at 15" AFF
    Flexibility in Use
  14. Knee Space under Sink, Seated or Standing Users
    Equitable Use
  15. Adaptable to User's Pace
    Flexibility in Use
  16. Movable Undercounter Cabinets
    Flexibility in Use
  17. Provide Choices in Methods of Use
    Flexibility in Use
  18. Allow for Different Approaches to Appliances or Fixtures
    Flexibility in Use
  19. Rocker Panel Light Switches and Motion Sensor Plumbing and Venting
    Equitable Use
  20. Undercounter Microwave
    Equitable Use
  21. Eliminate Unnecessary Complexity
    Simple and Intuitive Use
  22. Not complex to Understand; appeals to a wide range of literacy and language skills?
    Simple and Intuitive Use
  23. Be Consistent with User Expectations and intuition
    Simple and Intuitive Use
  24. Use of the design is easy to understand, regardless of the user's experience, knowledge, language skills, or current concentration level
    Simple and Intuitive Use
  25. Red Indicates Hot, Blue indicates cold
    Simple and Intuitive Use
  26. The Design Communicates Necessary Information Effectively to the User, regardless of ambient conditions or the user's sensory abilities
    Perceptible Information
  27. Adequate Contract of Color between essential information and surroundings?
    Perceptible Information
  28. Gives redundant information
    Perceptible Information
  29. Uses sensory clues, tactile, Aural, and visual cues of essential information
    Perceptible Information
  30. Works with pictures, words, sounds and touch
    Perceptible Information
  31. Hazardous elements eliminated, isolated or shielded
    Tolerance for Error
  32. The Design minimizes hazards and the adverse consequences of accidental or unintended actions
    Tolerance for Error
  33. Curbless or Roll-in Shower
    Tolerance for Error
  34. Induction Cooktop
    Tolerance for Error
  35. Flooring that is slip resistant or with more give to fall-on
    Tolerance for Error
  36. Bench in the Shower with hand held shower head
    Tolerance for Error
  37. Provide Fail safe features
    Tolerance for Error
  38. Most used elements to be most accessible
    Tolerance for Error
  39. Most often used items within easy reach
    Low Physical Effort
  40. Drawers, save on digging in cabinets and straining back
    Low Physical Effort
  41. Use reasonable operating forces
    Low Physical Effort
  42. The design can be used efficiently and comfortably and with a minimum of fatigue
    Low Physical Effort
  43. Minimize repetitive actions and sustained physical effort
    Low Physical Effort
  44. Clear line of sight to important elements for seated and standing users
    Size/Space for approach and use
  45. Unobstructed floor space for easy work and traffic flow
    Size/Space for approach and use
  46. 5' Turnaround in Kitchen, Bath and Bedroom
    Size/Space for approach and use
  47. Minimum of 42" wide hallways with 5' turnaround at the end
    Size/Space for approach and use
  48. Provide adequate space for the use of assistive devices or personal assistance
    Size/Space for approach and use
  49. Appropriate size and space are provided for approach, reach, manipulation, and use regardless of body size, posture or mobility
    Size/Space for approach and use
  50. Comfortable reach at cabinet height for seated or standing user
    Size/Space for approach and use

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