Finally it’s time for the best of the worst. Basically here I tried to choose the most varied examples of bad design with “accessibility”. As always the most recent examples are first.
Unless this is Stretch Armstrong’s personal toilet, the toilet paper location is a problem.
This house has an elevator so this incredibly long and steep ramp is not needed.
The disabled (handicapped) parking spots are not in the right location and are very far from the entrance.
7. Badly Drawn
Yes it’s just a cartoon but media portrayals of accessibility do influence public opinion.
Not a lot of space here to park a wheelchair and transfer. Then there’s the privacy issue.
Let’s just try to put a slope everywhere possible and claim it’s accessible.
Very creative and beautiful to look at, but no edge protection or handrails equal a dangerous setup.
Could someone please look up the definition of Braille for me? Thanks.
Walk-in bathtubs can be useful, if you can shut the door without your legs in the way.
Some things just don’t work well together. Here’s an example.