General Inclusive Design Resources 

Inclusive Digital Interactives: Best Practices + Resources (PDF)

Inclusive Design Cheat Sheet (PDF) 

Universal Design Selected Bibliography (PDF)

Inclusive Home Design Resources

Our goal is to prompt awareness and to build household and community capacity to take action to make inclusive housing a viable expectation for anyone.  Sharing proven design solutions, guidance, methods, materials, products and technology can generate fresh insights. We intend to make it easier to create healthier places to live that don’t just remove barriers but facilitate quality of life.  

Visit the IHCD Home website

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Inclusive Workplace Design Resources

We work differently today. And we’re different – more varied in ability, age and expectations than ever. We can design places to work where the variety of workers have a reasonable hope of being effective and satisfied. But we have to tell the truth about design choices that evidence tells us fail.

Our Boston Design Week event for this project, Workplace Design for Humans: Maddening Myths vs. Real Solutions, previously scheduled for March 31, 2020, is regrettably postponed due to the public health and safety concerns in light of the COVID-19 strain of the coronavirus. Details on the rescheduled event will be shared with all as they become available. 

In the meantime, we will post updates on materials for the exhibit space as we continue to create them. Stay tuned! 

The New England ADA Center 

IHCD has been home to the New England ADA Center since 1996. The New England ADA Center is one of 10 regional ADA Centers comprising the ADA National Network.  Since 1991, the ADA National Network has provided information, guidance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), tailored to meet the needs of business, government and individuals at local, regional and national levels.  We are not an enforcement or regulatory agency, we are educators. Call our toll free number to get your ADA questions answered confidentially 1-800-949-4232.

New England ADA Center | A project of the IHCD