Principle of Universal Design

16 Dec

1. Equitable Use —-> to be equally usable by all.
Facilities should be used by every person without complain.

2. Flexibility in Use —-> to be flexible for use
Facilities should be selected based on individuals choice and ability.

3. Simple, Intuitive Use —-> to be simple and intuitively usable.
Facility design should be easily understood by users without regarding their experience, language comprehension, and concentration.

4. Perceptible information —-> to have perceptible information
Design of facilities should provide effective information to the users without regarding surrounding conditions and the user’s capabilities.

5. Tolerance for Error —-> to have sufficient tolerance
Facility design should be made to have sufficient tolerance to allow unexpected happenings and accidents.

6. Low Physical Effort —-> Not to require much physical effort for facility use.
Facilities should be designed to require only minimum effort to use.

7. Size and Space for Approach and Use —-> to have sufficient approach sections and spaces.
Facilities should be designed to have sufficient approach sections and spaces for efficient use without regarding users’ physical strength.

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