Transit accessibility
Resources and research.

Travel Patterns of American Adults with Disabilities

U.S. Department of Transportation Office of the Secretary of Transportation Bureau of Transportation Statistics

How to apply service design thinking on designing accessibility apps: A case study of public transportation for the visually impaired.

Design Research Society DRS Digital Library DRS Biennial Conference Series

The Effect of Noise Exposure on Cognitive Performance and Brain Activity Patterns.

National Library of Medicine . The National Center for Biotechnology Information.

Harder to hear in Noisy Environments for Hearing Impaired.

Disabled World.

Transit Universal Design Guidelines Principles and Best Practices for Implementing Universal Design in Transit.

American Public Transportation Association.

Disability rights aspects of ambient noise for people with auditory disorders under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

David Fink: 12th ICBEN Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem

The Sound of Inclusion: A Case Study on Acoustic Comfort for All.

Designing Inclusive Futures (pp.75-84)

Service Design in Public Transport for the Visually Impaired

Doreen Zheng

Building Confidence – Improving travel for people with mental impairments

Roger Mackett Centre for Transport Studies University College London

ACRP Research Report 175: Improving Intelligibility of Airport Terminal Public Address Systems.

Airport Cooperative Research program


National Australia Bank . Managing sound . Unifying the brand journey.

Designing digital & physical spaces that work for disabled people.

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Marcel de Bie
Marcel de Bie
+1 310 270 8012

"In a world not designed by them, Marcel creates platforms with people with disabilities so they can design their own experiences."

Carmen Madisson . Boilover Inclusive Performance Ensemble. Sunbury Cobaw Community Health.

Sound expression. Designing accessible music interfaces for people with disability.

"Not only did Marcel break down what was working and not working in terms of interfaces and the responsiveness and character of sounds, he explored how they hindered or helped them achieve their goals."

Wendy O'Neil . Art Centre, Melbourne.

Sound expression. Designing accessible music interfaces for people with disability.

"Marcel was indispensable to us and the success of the project, with that rare combination of practical know-how, a hard-work ethic, and inspired creative vision.''

Brian Rupp . Brand Timbre & Rumblefish. [USA]

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