|Definition:|| design focused on diverse users to maximize the number of potential users who can readily use a system in diverse contexts|
Note 1 to entry: This aim can be achieved by
- designing systems that are readily usable by most users without any modification,
- making systems adaptable to different users (by providing adaptable user interfaces) and
- having standardized interfaces which are compatible with assistive products and assistive technology.
Note 2 to entry: Terms such as universal design, accessible design, design for all, barrier-free design, inclusive design and transgenerational design are often used interchangeably with the same meaning.