Where did “universal design” come from, and where is it headed? Will our future be populated with products that work for everyone, or we will increasingly use devices customized for an audience of one? How do we acknowledge individual differences while building a more accessible world?
Join Gianfranco Zaccai (Continuum), Jon Marshall (MAP Project office), Scott Summit (3D Systems), Rie Nørregaard (Quirky), and moderator Aimi Hamraie (Vanderbilt University) for a spirited conversation about the origins and future of universal design and accessibility.
(Sign Language interpretation will be provided.)
Beautiful Users is made possible by major support from Amita and Purnendu Chatterjee and
Generous support is also provided by Dorit and Avi Reichental.
Additional funding is provided by the August Heckscher Exhibition Fund, the Ehrenkranz Fund, the Bill Moggridge Memorial Fund, The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, Deborah Buck, May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc., and IDEO.
Image: Scoliosis Brace, designed by Scott Summit, 3D Systems
Sabi Hold, designed by Jon Marshall, MAP Projects