This is the 17th year that International Association for Universal Design have held The International conference for Universal Design (UD) since 2002, for the purpose of sharing the results of the activities and the recent research for UD. The theme of the papers has been decided by the social event, phenomena, and conditions of the day, which has spread over the field of study of academic area and the different types of industries.
The proceedings, papers, and keynote addresses of 2006 to 2010 reveals the basic idea and methodology of essential UD concept adapted in any age. The papers and keynote addresses of 2012 which was released just after the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011 focuses on the basic concept of UD such as the role of community, life style, and social system based on “disaster prevention” and “natural disaster reduction”. After 2014, they refer to the practical suggestion and approach for coming Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic. Every paper shows the various idea of the creation of a society in which many people can live in comfort.
In commemoration of the 15th anniversary of the International Conferences for UD, a collection box of the proceedings, papers and keynote addresses of the past 6 years (2002, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016) is now on sale.
We would like you to take this opportunity to purchase them and hope it can give some help for your research and development such as gaining a hint of what one can do and transforming it into concrete actions through touching international insight of Universal Design spreading widely in academic field and business interface.
Member of IAUD 23,000yen in Japanese yen (including shipping cost 7,000 yen in Japanese yen)
Non-member of IAUD 28,000yen in Japanese yen (including shipping cost 7,000 yen in Japanese yen)
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