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Indd 16 10/02/12 9:09 AM Barriers and Their Social Meaning 17 Initially, accessibility was achieved in a haphazard manner. Figure 1–9 shows an early attempt to make the Everson Museum in Syracuse, New York, accessible. Accessible design like this was actually much like the conditions faced by African Americans in segregated public facilities in the United States, a separate-but-equal kind of status. This ramp is located at a little-used side entrance, not where most visitors would enter. Visitors who could not use stairs had to go out of their way to enter.
Closing and opening doors, gates, and curtains and other ﬂexible boundaries help us achieve the state of privacy we desire. The desired level of control is based on the social interaction goals, emotional state, or activities of individuals and groups. Clearly, privacy behavior also can erect barriers to communication. The teenager who locks himself in his room to avoid his parents is a good example. Designing for privacy is also evident in the virtual world. The best examples are social networking Web sites through which individuals communicate their online identity but also restrict access to classes of people, such as friends, relatives, and colleagues.