pull out shelf in bottom cabinet that swings into kitchen

Our Top 10 Most Viewed Blog Posts in 2012

So we’re not out of January yet and I still know some people are taking down their Christmas decorations so I figured it wasn’t too late to do a Top 10 List of our most viewed blog posts!


Wanted: Climbing Gear to Reach Non-Universally Designed Restroom

stairs with climbing gear

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What makes your house a home?


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11 Reasons Why Some Customers Will Not Come Back to Your Restaurant

neon restaurant sign

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 Thoughts about the lack of universal design in our transportation infrastructure

transportation infrastructure


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Unintentional Universal Design: Two Manly Products to Make You Grunt.

Adjustable Ergonomic Crowbar

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Organizing Your Life with Universal Design in Mind

Stack of Papers

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10 Pictures of Accessibility Fails

access aisle blocked by car

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Exclusive “Interview” with the Late Ron Mace, Father of Universal Design

pictures of ron mace

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Ramps integrated with stairs: are they universally designed?

stairs and ramp together

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The most read blog post of the year on our site is…


5 Universally Designed Kitchen Shelving/Storage Ideas

pull out shelf in bottom cabinet that swings into kitchen

(Thank you Pinterest!!)

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So there you have it!

Looking forward to seeing more people check out our blog this year to learn more about universal design and why it’s important. We are honored to have people tell us they’re learning things from what we have written and that is validating! Thanks!

Published by

Sarah Pruett

Sarah is a registered/licensed Occupational Therapist (OTR/L) and a Certified Aging In Place Specialist (CAPS), with a background in physical rehabilitation.