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Designing for All: The Next Frontier of Inclusive Design - Shared screen with speaker view
Justin Dowhower
22:35
Dallas, TX
Allison Dowd
22:37
Hello from NYC!
Erin Frush
22:39
Madison, WI
Jonathan Hamel
22:40
Hi all! Tuning in from Calgary, AB
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22:41
Welcome to today’s webcast! Let us know where you’re tuning from.
Barbara Steele
22:43
Hi I'm Barb Steele in Ottawa
Karen Boyce
22:45
Toronto, Ontario
Rafael Posada
22:47
Boston,MA
Anna Marie Hubbard
22:48
Hello from Toronto
Lexi Chipules
22:49
Syracuse, NY
Marlene Borruso
22:49
Hi from NJ
FANFAN MIAO
22:50
Hello from London!
Laura Burleson
22:52
Huntsville, Texas
Kolton Vought
22:52
Milwaukee WI!
Gretchen Armijo
22:53
Denver, CO
Lynne Holler
22:53
Hello from Portland, Maine
SHELLEY CORALLO
22:54
HI from Toronto
Corinna D'Ambrosio
22:55
NYC
Jaci Boehler
22:55
Seattle
Sivam Samji
22:55
Hello from London!
Aaron Ting
22:55
Boston, MA
Víctor Isidro Orozco
22:56
México!
Martin Sing
22:57
Ottawa, Canada
Jon Creighton
22:57
Portland, OR
Amit Anafi
22:58
Hello from Como, Italy!!
Kimberly Reddin
22:58
Hi from Madison, WI!
Amy Zaum
22:58
Long Island, NY
Judith Grant
22:58
Nottingham, UK
Norbert Held
22:59
Hello from Hungary
David Bergman
22:59
NYC
Lisa Kamphaus
23:00
Pittsburgh PA
Jenna Weber
23:00
Chicago, IL
VIRGINIA WEIDA
23:00
Pittsburgh, PA
CHRISTINA BIRKENTALL
23:01
hello from Rio Rancho NM
Melanie Pitre
23:02
Hello from Montreal
Emily Leyland
23:03
Glastonbury, CT!
Catherine O'Toole
23:04
Austin Texas!
Teresita Muller-karger
23:07
hello from Tampa
Catherine Chen
23:08
From Paris !
caroline de Fitte de Garies
23:12
Good Afternoon from France
Nini Sepulveda
23:15
Monterrey, Mexico
sheri tuck
23:15
Sault Ste Marie, Ontario Canada
Rebecca Mycroft
23:15
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Erin Delander
23:16
hi from Denver, CO
Erica Wright
23:16
Hello, I'm in Alexandria, Virginia, USA
Nancy Larson
23:17
Hi from Atlanta!
Natali Ghawi
23:20
Hello - Natali Ghawi from Amman, Jordan
Erin Taylor
23:22
Hello from Oregon
tarek hassan
23:22
hello from cairo-EGypt
Krystal Lucero
23:26
Austin TX...hello Dr.Scott!
Mark Begbie
23:31
Hi from Nova Scotia
Qini Huang
23:47
Hello, greetings from Montreal, Canada
Pankil Dave
24:04
Hi from Anaheim.
Corinna D'Ambrosio
24:28
does this provide WELL specific CEU credit?
nikki okamoto
24:33
Greetings from LA :)
Anna Marie Hubbard
24:34
is there cc?
Devon Hendry
24:44
Hi from Dallas Texas
Rebecca Horton
24:52
hello from dallas texas!
Christine Graf
25:00
Hello from Minnesota
David Bergman
25:00
or AIA LUs?
Maria Urdaneta
25:07
From Toronto Canada!
Sarah Lillard
25:15
Hello from Indianapolis!
Debbie Bravo
25:17
Hello from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho!
Jane Pickell
25:22
hello from Vermont!
Nichole Bonner
25:27
Hello from Cambridge, Ontario Canada :)
Keri VanSant
25:30
Hello from Chicago!
Camela Braswell
25:34
From Vero Beach, FL - Love this topic and much needed in the build environment
Sharon Hollingsworth
25:45
Good morning! from Vancouver BC on the unceded Coast Salish territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.
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26:00
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Chika Igwe
26:09
Hi from London UK!
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Kim Stanley
27:09
Hello from Portland, Oregon.
Josie Adele
27:25
Warm hello from the SF Bay area!
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The 12 Competencies for Measuring Health & Well-being for Human & Social Capital (download here: https://resources.wellcertified.com/tools/12-competencies/)
Susan MacKenzie
29:42
Hello from Vancouver Canada....
Asma Bashirivand
30:04
Hello from Toronto!
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While our panelists answer, feel free to let us know your favorite summer vacation spots!
Denisse A. Prieto Salazar
31:22
Puerto Vallarta, México
Juliete Miguel Pacheco
31:41
Huanchaco, Perú
caroline de Fitte de Garies
31:57
My grand parents homeplace down to Spain, where my roots are
Catherine O'Toole
32:10
Beautiful Irish summer days. When we get them :)
Angie Scott
33:52
Hi Teri! Yes I did, but there's nothing like the ocean 🙂
tarek hassan
35:23
sitting in my garden at home or in public parks in any of the cities I love (central park as example),
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United Spinal Association: www.unitedspinal.org
Debbie Bravo
40:46
Our family rarely travels during summer as Cd'A is AMAZING in the summer!
Susan MacKenzie
41:00
the most amazing kayaking around the gulf islands in British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
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Additional resources: https://unitedspinal.org/pdf/FocusGroupSurveyOpps_United_Spinal.pdf
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www.accessibility-services.com
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https://unitedspinal.org/pdf/DEI_Circle.pdf
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Inclusive Design Guidelines (nyc.gov): https://www1.nyc.gov/site/mopd/initiatives/inclusive-design-guidelines.page
Anna Marie Hubbard
43:56
unless you are autistic, my autistic friends all prefer NOT being called a person with autism.
Anna Marie Hubbard
48:38
yes or nuerodivergent
Anna Marie Hubbard
48:48
BTW 10% of the Canadian Population are deaf or hard of hearing, we have started taking transcription as rote … I did not think I would have had to IDENTIFY myself as disabled to have this equalizer....
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View Dr. Matteo’s list of resources here: Zallio M., Clarkson P.J. (2022). The inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility audit. A post-occupancy evaluation method to help design the buildings of tomorrow, Building and Environment, 2022, 109058, ISSN 0360-1323, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2022.109058
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Zallio M., Clarkson P. J. (2022). The Inclusive Design Canvas. A strategic design template for architectural design professionals. Proceedings of the International Design Conference 2022, Croatia, May 23-26, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1017/pds.2022.9
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Zallio M., Clarkson P.J. (2021). Inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility in the built environment: A study of architectural design practice. Building and Environment, 2021,108352, ISSN 0360-1323, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2021.108352
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Zallio M., Clarkson P. J. (2021). On Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility in Civil Engineering and Architectural Design. A Review of Assessment Tools. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED21), Gothenburg, Sweden, 16-20 August 2021. DOI:10.1017/pds.2021.491
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Fernandez C., Zallio M., Berry D., McGrory J. (2021). Towards a People-First Engineering Design Approach. A Comprehensive Ontology for Designing Inclusive Environments. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED21), Gothenburg, Sweden, 16-20 August 2021. DOI:10.1017/pds.2021.579
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Chivaran C., Zallio M., Waller S., Clarkson, P. J. (2021). Visual Accessibility and Inclusion. An Exploratory Study to Understand Visual Accessibility in the Built Environment. Proceedings Smart Accessibility 2021, pp.1-7. IARIA, 2021. ISBN: 978-1-61208-876-1
Anna Marie Hubbard
53:56
yes and by attitudes, 'ablism'
Anna Marie Hubbard
55:59
mobility disabilities can also be a stamina disability
Anna Marie Hubbard
56:46
so someone may not present as disabled.
Anna Marie Hubbard
59:34
right on Kleo!!!
Jack Noonan
01:00:52
Incredible insights and learnings, Kleo. I think we, in Australia and broadly across Asia, can learn so much from these insights in accessibility and inclusivity.
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01:01:28
Thanks all for your participation and questions today. We encourage everyone to contribute! As a follow up to our attendees today, we will be sending out an email with resources and a recording of the webcast, along with a transcript.
Megan Mitchell
01:04:35
How does equitable design differ from universal design?
Whitney Gray
01:05:06
https://uxplanet.org/designing-for-all-building-inclusive-and-equitable-experiences-4a6c9c8213cb
Whitney Gray
01:05:18
Great article on definitions of equitable and inclusive design
Megan Mitchell
01:05:30
Thank you!
Jessie Vargo
01:08:00
I would love to know more about how these certifications support neurodivergent building users or those with behavioral health challenges
Kirstyn Nocho
01:08:20
Yes creating space for multiple perspectives is profitable and increases creativity on teams. Multiple different reference points, means more ways to solve design problems.
Judith Grant
01:10:19
Which organisations are doing inclusive design well? It's great to be inspired by others!
Anna Marie Hubbard
01:14:17
Judith In Toronto I know that KPMB and IA architects do, they have in house specialists in Universal design.
Kirstyn Nocho
01:14:28
Product design- Spacestor created a video conference pod that uses strategically placed materials to balance light so that all skin tones can have the proper light exposure.
Whitney Gray
01:16:20
Great examples! Keep them coming
Stephanie Graham
01:16:49
Sadly, we tend to track injuries and accidents in the building industry--after the fact data, rather than use data to inform a safer design for everyone.
Whitney Gray
01:17:07
GREAT point Stephanie. Couldn't agree more
Anna Marie Hubbard
01:19:10
Its important to challenge the design community with ALL the parameters as we are problem solvers (loved Kleos elevator button example!)
Judith Grant
01:19:16
I wonder if when organisations think about inclusive design they are focused on the office jobs and perhaps often forget about those in other environments. How do we ensure this isn't just about designing an amazing headquarters and forget about the rest of the workforce in shops/factories?
Edda Bild
01:19:29
fully agree, certified courses and workshops was the only way we could get professionals to partake in events on sensory design and particularly sound-aware design. sound design in general but also designing for aural diversity are such underrepresented topics
SHELLEY CORALLO
01:19:49
In Canada we have the Rick Hansen Accessibility Certification. I think it could be bigger but it is a start.
SHELLEY CORALLO
01:20:32
https://www.rickhansen.com/become-accessible
Nan Summers
01:20:40
A new organization, Design by Nature, will focus on the 12 Competencies and its tagline is: Merging What Works with What Matters
Anna Marie Hubbard
01:20:48
Yes Angie! intersectionality
tarek hassan
01:20:50
thank you all Witney,Kleo,Matteo&Angie for the valuable webinar
Erica Wright
01:21:27
I do a lot of overseas work and always design my interiors to reflect the country and culture.
Chika Igwe
01:21:32
The subjective nature of inclusive design in part can be addressed by maximising the flexibility of a designed spaces. Thank you for a very insightful discussion
Nicole DeNamur
01:21:54
I would guess the MSFT consultant in Seattle is Karen Braitmayer and her team at Studio Pacifica. They do amazing work and if you have not checked them out I highly recommend.
Rashida Chase
01:22:05
Thank you for naming that Dr. Scott!
Anna Marie Hubbard
01:22:23
IAAP (International Association of Accessibility Professionals) Look for Built Environment
Stephanie Graham
01:22:24
This was so interesting and educational. Thank you to IWBI and to all of the participants who provided great information to help us all design better for inclusivity, accessibility and belonging. Need to run to a meeting, so I will have to miss the next portion.
Lauren Krueger
01:22:27
thank you, angie!!!
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01:22:45
Thank you to those you joined today, please do stay on for the ‘virtual hallway.’
Kirstyn Nocho
01:22:47
Thank you everyone!
Rebecca Horton
01:22:49
Thank you! Great thought starters today!
Anna Marie Hubbard
01:23:09
thanks!
Azita Morteza
01:23:11
thank you