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  • 1. Developmentof aSustainableUniversal DesignEnvironmentProfessor Ricardo GomesDepartment of Design and Industry
  • 2. Universal Design Establishing and Inclusive Agenda:Designing for a Wider Range of Users and Applications
  • 3. Universal Design Establishing and Inclusive Agenda:Designing for a Wider Range of Users and ApplicationsThe design of products and environmentsto be usable by all peopleto the greatest extent possible,without adaptation or specialized designRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 4. Universal Design Assessment ParadigmDr. James Bebee
  • 5. Universal Design Assessment ParadigmDr. James Bebee
  • 6. Universal Design Assessment ParadigmDr. James Bebee
  • 7. Universal Design Assessment ParadigmDr. James Bebee
  • 8. Universal Design “Seamless” MarketingRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 9. Universal Design “Seamless” MarketingRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 10. Universal Design “Seamless” MarketingRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 11. Universal Design “Seamless” MarketingRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 12. Universal Design “Seamless” MarketingRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversityBrian Donnelly
  • 13. Universal Design Outdoor/Rural EnvironmentsRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 14. What is Urban Upgrading?Upgrading - or slum improvement as it is also called - inlow income urban communities is many things, but at itssimplest it has come to mean a package of basic services:access, clean water supply and adequate sewage disposalto improve the well-being of the community.Universal Design Urban UpgradingRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 15. Universal Design Urban UpgradingFundamentally it is legalizing and ‘regularizing’ urbanenvironmental properties in situations of insecure orunclear tenure.San Salvador, El Salvador. Streets and drainageare a part of a basic package.Tondo Project, Philippines. Pride of place!RicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 16. Universal Design Urban UpgradingIt is a “Universal” approach to the overall andsustainable improvement of the environment for all.Upgrading customarily provides a package ofimprovements in streets, footpaths and drainage aswell.RicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 17. Universal Design Urban UpgradingThe physical improvement is only the beginning:Facilities programming are offered to increase incomeearning opportunities and the general economic health ofa community. Upgrading is the start to becoming arecognized citizen.RicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 18. What is needed to make Upgrading work?The most important element for success is commitmentby all: the city, the community, and the families. A senseof partnership must be developed among them.Secondly upgrading must meet a real need -people must want it and understand the value.RicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 19. What is needed to make Upgrading work?Implementation will require getting the institutionalarrangements right:> give incentives for agencies to work with the poor,> keep everyone informed and coordinate betweenstakeholders> define clearly the roles of the various agencies.> keep upgrading going, sustainability concerns mustbe a priority in financing, institutions, and regulations.RicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 20. What are the benefits of Upgrading?The benefits are simply that people obtain an improved,healthy and secure living environment without being displaced.Recognizing title and security of tenure makes a positivecontribution to both the economic prospects of the poor, as wellas to the national economy.Experience has shown that urban upgrading projects areassociated with social and economic benefits that areparticularly high.RicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 21. Universal Design Family Health & WelfareRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 22. Universal Design in Small-Scale BusinessesRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 23. Universal Design Small-Scale BusinessesRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 24. UD thru Family Health & WelfareUniversal Design Family Health & WelfareRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 25. Universal Design Whirlwind Wheelchair InternationalRalph Hotchkiss
  • 26. Universal Design Whirlwind Wheelchair International
  • 27. Universal Design Whirlwind Wheelchair International
  • 28. Universal Design Whirlwind Wheelchair International
  • 29. Whirlwind Wheelchair International:ZambiaRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 30. Whirlwind Wheelchair International:ZambiaRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 31. Whirlwind Wheelchair International:ZambiaRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 32. • Symposium• Focus Group• Workshop• PresentationUniversal Design at San Francisco State UniversityRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 33. Lecture and demonstrationmaterials3 Primary Components For ImplementingUniversal Design Curriculum Are As Follows:Professional review andcritiqueResearch/workshops andfocus group sessions
  • 34. Lecture and demonstrationmaterials3 Primary Components For ImplementingUniversal Design Curriculum Are As Follows:Professional review andcritiqueResearch/workshops andfocus group sessionsRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 35. • Symposium• Focus Group• Workshop• PresentationUniversal Design Research/Focus GroupRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 36. Institute on Aging: On-Lok Senior Health CenterUniversal Design Research/Focus GroupRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 37. Institute on Aging: On-Lok Senior Health CenterUniversal Design Research/Focus GroupRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversityJohnny Venida
  • 38. • Symposium• Focus Group• Workshop• PresentationUniversal Design Workshop San Francisco State University
  • 39. • Symposium• Focus Group• Workshop• PresentationUniversal Design Studio Focus GroupRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 40. Universal Design Mobile Hot Food ContainerAvrind Gupta
  • 41. Lecture and demonstrationmaterials3 Primary Components For ImplementingUniversal Design Curriculum Are As Follows:Professional review andcritiqueResearch/workshops andfocus group sessions
  • 42. Universal Design One-Handed Vegetable/Fruit PeelerJohnny Venida
  • 43. Universal Design Digital Talking BookBeth NahomAttim WileyHung-Yao TsaiSan Francisco State University
  • 44. Universal Design Faucet Friend Water Temperature IndicatorRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversityCharles Floyd
  • 45. Universal Design Lotus Laundry Sorter: Stationary/Transport BagRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversityTuyet Tran
  • 46. 3 Levels of Design Curriculum Where Universal DesignPrinciples Has Been Implemented Are: Intermediate/upper leveldesign course: Design II Graduate level design course:Industrial design practice seminarThesis/creative work project Introductory level design course:Design I
  • 47. Universal BenchDAI 300RicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 48. DAI 400: Intermediate/Upper Level Design CourseInstitute on Aging/On-Lok Senior Center Focus GroupRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 49. DAI 400: Intermediate/Upper Level Design CourseRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversityKitchen Hand-HeldUtensilsRoberto Antonio
  • 50. DAI 400: Intermediate/Upper Level Design CourseKitchen Hand-Held UtensilsTomoko Iwei
  • 51. DAI 400: Intermediate/Upper Level Design CourseKitchen Hand-Held UtensilsYi-Wei Yen
  • 52. DAI 400: Intermediate/Upper Level Design CourseKitchen Hand-Held UtensilsJunji Iwata
  • 53. Kitchen / Bathroom FaucetDAI 400: Intermediate/Upper Level Design CourseRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 54. Kitchen / Bathroom FaucetDAI 400: Intermediate/Upper Level Design Course
  • 55. DAI 805/894: Graduate Level Design CourseCreative Work ProjectRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity
  • 56. 3 Levels of Design Curriculum Where Universal DesignPrinciples Has Been Implemented Are:Graduate level design course:Industrial design practice seminarThesis/creative work projectIntroductory level design course:Design IIntermediate/upper leveldesign course: Design II
  • 57. Universal Design DAI 894: Hand Held ToolsRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversityMarcus Moreno
  • 58. Universal Design DAI 894: Hand Held ToolsRicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversityMarcus Moreno
  • 59. Ricardo GomesDirectorDesign Center for Global NeedsActing Chair/Assoc. ProfessorSan Francisco State Universityricgomes@sfsu.edu(415) 338-2229RicardoGomesISanFranciscoStateUniversity