Design For All for eInclusion.

Emiliani, Pier Luigi and Burzagli, Laura and Gabbanini, Francesco and Bühler, Christian and Klironomos, Iosif and Aalykke, Soren and Schmidt-Belz, Barbara and Knops, Harry and Reichrath, Enid and Whitney, Gill (2009) Design For All for eInclusion. In: Assistive technology from adapted equipment to inclusive environments. Emiliani, Pier Luigi and Burzagli, Laura and Como, Andrea and Gabbanini, Francesco and Salminen, Anna-Liisa, eds. Assistive Technology Research Series, 25 . IOS Press, pp. 815-820. ISBN 9781607500421

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Design for All (DfA) refers to the design of mainstream products and services to be accessible by as broad a range of users as possible, including older people and people with disabilities. The coordination action ‘DfA@eInclusion’ contributes towards e-Inclusion through fostering Design for All. It extends and enhances previous efforts targeted to the creation of a sound theoretical framework for universal design of ICT.

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