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Inspirational cases

The Oxo good grip kitchen tools

Made inspired by people with arthritis and can thereby be easily used by many including children

Automatic doors

Made so they can be used by anyone, and is not dependent on any given level of ability

Jumbo lightswitches

The large surface area, and low requirement of force applied, makes the jumbo light switch accessible both when hands are situational or permanently unavailable. It also makes for easy use for children and elders.

Angled curbstone

Made for wheelchairs, but also makes for easy access to sidewalks for strollers, bikes etc.

Cruise control

Created by a blind engineer because the countinuesly breaking and speeding while driving made him carsick. But is now a very common feature in most cars.


Created to make writing possible for blind people, but the typewriter quickly became a tool for authors and writing enthusiasts worldwide.

Nike Go FlyEase

A shoe made to accomodate athletes not using hands to get in and out of shoes, makes it accessible to people with arms full or arms not functioning

Electric toothbrush

Made for people with limited motorskills and orthodontic patients, the electric toothbrush is today used by many, no matter the amount of motorskills.