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Devices are being used to collect information from people in a number of different situations, and the resulting data are being used to guide design.
Applying design-related research done by social and cognitive scientists makes it much more likely that both academic environments and the people in them perform to their full potential, now and in the future.
Simonton has developed an important way to categorize human responses to situations—physical, social, cultural, and otherwise. His work can be used to anticipate how people will respond to situations, to understand how spaces can be designed to support particular responses after they occur, and to determine how to make desired outcomes more likely.
Human survival depends on water. So water, inside and outdoors, has a significant effect on human thoughts and behaviors.
Control and luxury are linked.
The design profession has waited a long time for this important book
The contents of this book can elevate the design of transit streets
Aligning space design and religious beliefs can enhance health and wellbeing
Not all of us may find the same sorts of places restorative
Surface and light color influence opinions of retail spaces