Disclaimer: The following blog post provides general information and suggestions related to designing for neurodiversity. The content is intended for informational purposes only and should not be considered as professional or medical advice. The ideas and opinions expressed in this blog post are based on research and experience, but they may not apply universally to all individuals or situations.
Designers from all over the world are becoming more aware of designing inclusive spaces for individuals who are neurodiverse. In a neurotypical space an individual who is neurodiverse could struggle with various sensitivities to their surrounding environment, impacting overall productivity and feeling comfortable in the workplace.
As designers, we can use design to tailor spaces to fit the needs of individuals who are neurodiverse. We can do this by creating areas in office or educational environments that vary in design specifics from colour palette to print and texture, carefully