Ridgway and Myers investigated emotions linked to particular logo colors.
Dubois, Rucker, and Galinsky have confirmed that sometimes people select options because of perceptions of their own social status.
Researchers pondering variations in evaluations of designed objects and spaces will be intrigued by a study recently completed by Bakhshi, Gilbert, and Kanuparthy.
All the effort that goes into post-occupancy evaluations can be justified.
A sophisticated methodology shows promise for environmental assessments.
A survey can effectively collect space syntax-related data.
Communicating design concepts can be difficult. Erwin has suggestions that can make the information sharing process easier and all parties better informed.
Geography, is to some extent, design destiny.
The Positive Design movement is gaining momentum around the world.
Ambrey and Fleming investigated the relationship between living near greenspace and life satisfaction.