Universal Design Handbook 1e
- ÜRÜNÜN BULUNDUĞU ŞUBELERİMİZ
Packed with examples of standards and design solutions from influential nations around the world including, of course, the United States and the proposed new Americans With Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines UNIVERSAL DESIGN HANDBOOK covers the full scope of accommodation issues from universally-designed buildings to internet accessibility. Open these pages for wide-ranging accessible design answers:
Residential, commercial, workplace, office, educational, recreational, and entertainment
Elderly and/or disabled people, and children
Vision, hearing, touch, and developmental disabilities as well as mobility limitations
Telecommunications, information technology, and electronics accessibility
Automobile and product design
Outdoor, wilderness, and children's play areas
Assessment of invidual needs
Legal issues and cases
International standards, from the ADAAG to Japan, Canada, Australia, and more
Problem-solving case studies from around the world
ON THE CD-ROM
Technical and Design Data
Proposed Rule of the Americans With Disabilities Act and Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Guidelines
Downloadable ADAAG and dimensional standards
Amendments to the ADAAG
Part I: Introduction,
CHAPTER 1: Universal Design: The New Paradigm.
CHAPTER 2: Experiencing Universal Design.
Part II: Premises and Perspectives in Universal Design.
CHAPTER 3: An Integrated Approach to Universal Design: Toward the Inclusion of All Ages, Cultures, and Diversity.
CHAPTER 4: Designing for Our Future Selves.
CHAPTER 5: Universal Design and the Majority World.
CHAPTER 6: User/Expert Involvement in Universal Design.
CHAPTER 7: Designing by Degree: Assessing and Incorporating Individual Accessibility Needs.
CHAPTER 8: Universal Design to Support the Brain and Its Development.
CHAPTER 9: Toward Universal Design Evaluation.
Part III: Universal Design Guidelines and Accessibility Standards.
CHAPTER 10: Principles of Universal Design.
CHAPTER 11: United Nations Standards and Rules.
CHAPTER 12: U.S. Accessibility Codes and Standards: Challenges for Universal Design.
CHAPTER 13: Accessible Housing in Five European Countries: Standards and Built Results.
CHAPTER 14: Lifetime Homes: Achieving Accessibility for All.
CHAPTER 15: Accessible Design in Italy.
CHAPTER 16: Accessibility Standards and Universal Design Developments in Canada.
CHAPTER 17: The Impact of Aging on Japanese Accessibility Design Standards.
CHAPTER 18: Interpreting Accessibility Standards: Experiences in the U.S. Courts.
CHAPTER 19: Universal Design in Outdoor Play Areas.
CHAPTER 20: Guidelines for Outdoor Areas.
CHAPTER 21: Japanese Guidelines for Universal Design in Parks: Harmony Between Nature and People.
CHAPTER 22: Design for Dementia: Challenges and Lessons for Universal Design.
CHAPTER 23: Life Safety Standards and Guidelines Focused on Stairways.
Part IV: Public Policies, Systems, and Issues.
CHAPTER 24: Universal Design in Mass Transportation.
CHAPTER 25: The Bottom-Up Methodology of Universal Design.
CHAPTER 26: Accessibility as Universal Design: Legislation and Experiences in Italy.
CHAPTER 27: The Evolution of Design for All in Public Buildings and Transportation in France.
CHAPTER 28: The Dutch Struggle for Accessibility Awareness.
CHAPTER 29: Norway's Planning Approach to Implement Universal Design.
CHAPTER 30: From Accessibility for Disabled People to Universal Design: Challenges in Japan.
CHAPTER 31: Israel: A Country on the Way to Universal Design.
CHAPTER 32: Developing Economies: A Reality Check.
CHAPTER 33: Sustainable Human and Social Development: An Examination of Contextual Factors.
Part V: Residential Environments.
CHAPTER 34: The Next-Generation Universal Home.
CHAPTER 35: Fair Housing: Toward Universal Design in Multifamily Housing.
CHAPTER 36: Progressive Housing Design and Home Technologies in Canada.
CHAPTER 37: The Care APartment Concept in Switzerland.
CHAPTER 38: Aging with a Developmental Disability at Home: An Australian Perspective.
CHAPTER 39: Housing Policy and Funding Mechanisms for Elderly and Disabled People in Germany.
CHAPTER 40: Housing for Older Persons in Southeast Asia: Evolving Policy and Design.
CHAPTER 41: Universal Kitchens and Appliances.
CHAPTER 42: Universal Bathrooms.
Part VI: Universal Design Practices.
CHAPTER 43: Universal Design Practice in the United States.
CHAPTER 44: Project Briefing for an Inclusive Universal Design Process.
CHAPTER 45: Office and Workplace Design.
CHAPTER 46: Educational Environments: From Compliance to Inclusion.
CHAPTER 47: Access to Sports and Entertainment.
CHAPTER 48: Landscape Design.
CHAPTER 49: Universal Design of Products.
CHAPTER 50: Universal Design in Automobile Design.
Part VII: Education and Research.
CHAPTER 51: Advances in Universal Design Education in the United States.
CHAPTER 52: Integrating Universal Design Into the Interior Design Curriculum.
CHAPTER 53: Designing Cultural Futures at the University of Western Australia.
CHAPTER 54: Universal Design as a Critical Tool in Design Education.
CHAPTER 55: Universal Design Research Collaboration Between Industry and a Universit in Japan.
CHAPTER 56: Post-Occupancy Evaluation from a Universal Design Perspective.
CHAPTER 57: Universal Design Evaluation in Brazil: Development of Rating Scales.
Part VIII: Case Studies.
CHAPTER 58: Creating an Accessible Public Realm.
CHAPTER 59: Promoting Nonhandicapping Environments in the Asia-Pacific Region.
CHAPTER 60: A Neighborhood Fit for People: Universal Design on the South Boston Waterfront.
CHAPTER 61: Adding Vision to Universal Design.
CHAPTER 62: A Capital Planning Approach to ADA Implementation in Local Public School Districts.
CHAPTER 63: Access in Rebuilding Beirut's Center.
CHAPTER 64: The Ed Roberts Campus: Building a Dream.
Part IX: Information Technology.
CHAPTER 65: Fundamentals and Priorities for Design of Information and Telecommunications Technologies.
CHAPTER 66: Access to the World Wide Web: Technical and Policy Perspectives .
CHAPTER 67: Universal Design in Film and Media.
CHAPTER 68: User-Centered Deployment and Integration of Smart Card Technology: The DISTINCT Project.
Part X: The Future of Universal Design.
CHAPTER 69: Creating the University Designed City: Prospects for the New Century.