Is Designing for Neurodiversity a Part of Your Practice Yet? Here’s Why It Should Be

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While the collective focus on design has been based on decorative execution for a long time, and that isn’t likely to change (it’s what drives trends, industry bestsellers, and algorithms, after all), it begs a question: Isn’t it time we widen our approach to how a space can provide support and nourishment to those genetically wired to experience their environments differently? Diane Rogers, a project architect and wellness design expert at IA, and others explore why designing for neurodiversity should become a priority.