Explore accessibility topics in the following articles and case studies.


The front of the newly designed express train to Oslo airport. Foto: DOGA

Flytoget – new Airport Express train

Oslo’s Airport Express Train, Flytoget, is used by almost 8 million people every year and is the preferred means of transport to and from Oslo Airport. Built on universal design principles, Flytoget’s new train cars will offer a more comfortable experience for all passengers.

Municipality of Oslo - a holisitic and unifying identity

Municipality of Oslo - a holisitic and unifying identity

Design agency Creuna (now Knowit) and the Municipality of Oslo has developed a user-friendly, flexible and unifying identity for Oslo, one that makes municipal services more understandable to citizens, and therefore strengthening the local democracy.

Stovnertårnet - vyhlídková věž v Oslu

Stovnertårnet – closer to nature

Stovnertårnet is a spectacular 260-metre walking path and lookout tower that extends 15 metres above the ground with beautiful views of Oslo. It is also a sanctuary, a meeting place and an urban nature attraction built on universal design principles to ensure inclusion of a diversity of visitors.

Xbox team pushes the boundaries of gaming

Xbox team pushes the boundaries of gaming

The Xbox team tried to find out how to make gaming more enjoyable and improve the controllability of consoles for people with disabilities through a design sprint. From improvements benefit all gamers, regardless of disability or specific need.