Universal design

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Universal design is a design of any products and informations that every person can use, of all ages, genders, disabilities.

The principle of universal design is to be simple, and easy to access to any public institutions and information. It also include the useful information technology and Internet. This concept is also used in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities as a condition of the common human rights.

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