Disability access specialists Cheung Access works with architectural and building firms in Australia to help create more inclusive environments for people living with issues such as impaired sight, hearing or mobility. The company had evolved in its scope of work and number of employees. As a result, owner Christine Cheung decided that a new name was needed: Inclusive Places. The new Inclusive Places brandmark uses open doors as a shorthand for the welcoming spaces the company helps to create. As a bonus, the negative space between the doors makes a capital I for Inclusive.
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