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Inclusive design

Inclusive design should be more widely known. Learn about its significance and its features.  

A human-centered approach to diversity and equality

Imagine a world where every door is opened, every path is accessible, and every tool is usable by everyone. This is the world of inclusive design — a world that embraces diversity and fosters equality. 

Inclusive design is not just about creating products or services that are usable by people with disabilities. It’s about designing for a diverse range of human needs and experiences. It’s about recognizing that each one of us has unique abilities and limitations, and that our design decisions can significantly impact the quality of life. 

Inclusive design sets people at the heart of the design process. It considers that each person is unique and has different backgrounds, characteristics, personalities.


Inclusive design is for everyone!

Inclusive Design is a comprehensive approach that takes into account multiple essential factors. 

These factors encompass a broad spectrum, from cultural and religious backgrounds to social status, physical abilities, and cognitive capabilities. By considering aspects such as vision, hearing, mobility, communication abilities, as well as factors like height, weight, age, gender, and psycho-emotional states. 

Through thoughtful consideration of these multifaceted dimensions, inclusive design promotes accessibility, usability, and participation for everyone. 


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Dementia and inclusive design: crafting spaces for all minds

There is a strong link between dementia and inclusive design, which is why they should be considered alongside each other.

The DSDC* has formulated several design principles that explain the key characteristics of a well-structured dementia friendly environment. These guidelines aim to foster a safe, comfortable, and easily navigable space for individuals living with dementia.

*The Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) is an international centre for knowledge exchange and research, dedicated to improving the lives of people with dementia. One of the roles of the centre is to accredit appropriate interior building finishes for use in facilities that are used by individuals with dementia.

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Gerflor, the flooring group

Gerflor creates, manufactures, and brings to market innovative, decorative and eco-responsible complete solutions for resilient floors, wall coverings, and accessories, from installation to finishings for commercial environments.


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