The Center for Universal Design
North Carolina State University
The prime source for information on Universal Design – where it all began and where we get the seven basic principles.
Take the time to see the fundamentals, as well a myriad of resources at NCSU.
Smithsonian Guidelines for Accessible Exhibition Design
If you design museum or exhibition space, these guidelines will help you to provide accessible exhibitions
Rental of Portable Water Closets
Our clients often need to rent portable accessible water closets for outdoor events or temporary locations and few on the market are actually compliant, regardless of what is advertised. This unit actually is compliant.
Signage contrast is a confusing topic. Our clients often have difficulty determining what appropriate color contrast is and how they can create alternate formats for people with low vision. The information and expertise from Lighthouse International gives clear guidelines. They are experts in vision impairments and have great info on signage color contrast at http://www.lighthouse.org/accessibility/design/accessible-print-design/making-text-legible/