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Case Studies and Examples Case studies and examples Many companies and organisations have adopted a Universal Design UD approach to evolve their long-term Design process and business model.
Since every company is different, the implementation of a UD approach will vary from organisation to organisation. The concepts, resources and methodologies proposed by the centre on this website are presented therefore not as a roadmap but to facilitate discussion and exploration within organisations.
Case Studies These 3 well documented case studies illustrate the process of developing a UD approach and the business benefits of aligning products and services with the principles of universally Design. In each of the following case studies a user-centred Design process was undertaken to gather user requirements, make these requirements understandable and concrete for the developers and involve users in testing and reviews to ensure these requirements were being met.
Existing and new products and services were made more usable and accessible to an audience of users which comprised of a wide range age groups, sizes and abilities and disabilities. In each case, this brought about an increase in revenue.
These case studies illustrate a justifiable business case to support UD. The evaluation criteria for the awards are based on a subset of the principles of Universal Design such as "equitable use", "flexibility in use", "simple and intuitive use" and "tolerance for error".
The evaluation criteria also included a range of economic feasibility criteria including "market potential" and "feasibility of implementation". A number of the winners are shown below to illustrate the many ways in which one of more if the principles of Universal Design can be incorporated into the Design of a product.Autism Case Study: Sam Dawson Autism is a spectrum disorder, characterized as such for the broad array of symptoms and developmental possibilities reflected in those who suffer there from.
At its core definition, autism is qualified as such by a “qualitative impairment in social interaction” which may result in an individual with severe .
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I AM SAM Reflections Because I wanted to know how realistic the problems and behavior depicted in I Am Sam were, I asked my daughter who works in an agency dealing with adults like Sam.
Insisting this movie represents an excellent case study, she plans to suggest using it as part of an in-service program for her organization. At first glance, Jessie Nelson's I Am Sam may seem like a sort of Rain Man part 2, investigating what would happen if a developmentally disabled person were to father a child.
But Sean Penn's character, Sam Dawson, is markedly different from Dustin Hoffman's Raymond Babbitt in many ways.
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In the movie "I am Sam", Sean Penn (Sam) played a role of autistic father who faces difficulties in bringing up his daughter, Lucy Diamond.