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Mueller J. (Summer 1990). Toward universal design: an ongoing project on the ergonomics of disability.
Steinfeld E, Danford GS. (August, 1994). Automated doors: Toward universal design.
Steinfeld E, D'Souza C, Paquet V, White J. (2010). Clear floor area for wheeled mobility users. Miami, Florida: Taylor and Francis, Ltd.
Law C. (2010). Responding to accessibility issues in business. Melbourne, Australia: RMIT University. p. 221.
Disabilities City of New York Mayor's Office for People with. (2010). Inclusive Design Guidelines: New York City. Washington, DC: ICC.
Danford G, Grimble M. (2009). Measuring the efficacy of Universal Design: A demonstration of evidence-based practice. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Danford GS, Grimble M, Maisel J. (2009). Benchmarking the Effectiveness of Universal Design. San Antonio, Texas: The Architectural Research Centers Consortium.
Paquet V, Nasarwanji MF, Lenker JA, Feathers D. (2008). Incorporation of universal design into mainstream consumer product design processes. St Petersburg, FL.
D'Souza C, Feathers D, Paquet V. (2007). Constructing three-dimensional models of individuals and their wheeled mobility devices from landmark data, Technical Paper 2007-01-2494. Seattle, WA.
Danford GS, Maurer J. (2005). Empirical tests of the claimed benefits of Universal Design. Edmond, OK: Environmental Design Research Association. p. 123-128.
Association Canadian Standards. (2004). CAN/CSA B651-04 accessible design for the built environment standard. Mississauga, Ontario, Canada: Canadian Standards Association.
Bix L, Fuente J, Lockhart H. (2004). Packaging with universal appeal. p. 79.
Steinfeld E, Tauke B. (2003). Reflection and critique on universal design. Louisville, Kentucky.
Institution British Standards. (2001). BS8300:2001 Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people-Code of practice. London, U.K: BSI.
Standard Australian. (2001). AS1428.1-2001 Design for access and mobility-Part 1: general requirements for access-new building work. Sydney, Australia: Standards Australia International.
Design Center for Universal. (1998). Case Studies on Universal Design.
Inc. American National Standards Institute. (1998). A117.1-1998 Accessible and usable buildings and facilities. New York: International Code Council, Inc.
Design The Center for Universal. (1997). The Principles of Universal Design, Version 2.0. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University.
Connell BR, Jones M, Mace R, Meuller J, et al. (1997). The principles of universal design.
Standard Australian. (1992). AS1428.2-1992 Design for access and mobility-Part 2: enhanced and additional requirements-buildings and facilities. Sydney, Australia: Standards Australia International.
Inc. American National Standards Institute. (1980). A117.1-1980, Specifications for making buildings and facilities accessible to and usable by physically handicapped people. New York: ANSI.