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Accessible Design

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Accessible Design

Accessible Design is the practice of designing products that are accessible to as many users as possible, regardless of disability or impairment. It is an inclusive approach to design, often focusing on enhancing usability and interaction. Accessible Design is an important part of creating an inclusive environment and it is an approach that has been used by many famous artists and designers. For example, artist Alexander McQueen is well-known for designing garments that are unique and easy to wear. His use of accessible design allows a wider range of people to appreciate his work, regardless of physical disability or impairment. His most famous works include the Dante dress, Horn of Plenty collection, and Plato's Atlantis collection.

Accessibility Design, Inclusive Design, Universal Design, Disability Accessibility, Assistive Technology.

Olga Ivanova

CITATION : "Olga Ivanova. 'Accessible Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 23, 2023)"

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