Designing for Autism: A Work in Progress
David Mahmarian
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Wonderful article, David! With design trickling into so many aspects of our lives, it’s great to see an initiative here. You’re right—autism does seems ripe for a different way of thinking. This sentence resonates especially well with me: “We have only recently stopped emphasizing how to train autistic people to be like us, and started thinking about how to create things that empower them to be comfortable in their world, and play to their strengths.”

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