It’s a bigger challenge than you might think: making products that are easy to use for as many people as possible. That’s the goal behind “universal design,” a concept that’s often associated with products created for disabled and elderly people. But it’s becoming increasingly common in American homes and offices. We talk with design experts about the trend and how it applies to your everyday life.


  • Jim Vitale Architect, Access Design Consultant and Adjuct Professor at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut California.
  • James Mueller Industrial Designer and Founder, JL Mueller Inc.
  • Anthony Pannozzo Vice President of Design Strategy at HLB a Design and Strategy consulting firm.

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