By Yong Gu Ji

ISBN-10: 1439871191

ISBN-13: 9781439871195

''Preface This ebook makes a speciality of a good emotional technique in product, provider, and approach layout and emphasizes aesthetics and delight in consumer adventure. This ebook offers dissemination and trade of medical details at the theoretical and useful components of affective and pleasant layout for study specialists and practitioners from multidisciplinary backgrounds, together with industrial Read more...

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In case of street furniture, the main goal is to harmonize the form, scale, materials and placement to obtain beauty, accessibility and safety through understanding users’ needs. , 2009). Therefore, observing people while using a product, allows designers to understand how they interact with a product and the environment. This can provide an understanding for unexpected design problems. Sohan and Nam (2009) stated that the behavior patterns are helpful for analyzing a design problem. Also, the unconscious human behaviors could help to find design solutions.

They include: • Signs that are not required to be accessible are the building directories, menus, occupant names, building addresses, and company names and/or logos (Access for Everyone). Though they are not required to meet the accessibility requirements, Osterberg and Kain, recommend making the information readily available to all people whenever it is possible. • Signs provide important information about locations and services, including information about accessible locations and services. All people should have access to all types of information provided by signs.

Some other tools have been used among participants are Dynavox, PODS, and social stories. They expressed that some tools such as PODS and Dynavox are not easy to use. Some participants suggested i-pads are useful for social interaction because children can read a story together and do music or art activities together. Most participants mentioned that they’ve tried many different gadgets but most worked only for a very short time. The teacher noted a preference for paper based solutions like note cards or games.

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