Hua and her colleagues assessed worker satisfaction with various sorts of collaborative spaces and some of their findings have been discussed in other Research Design Connections blog posts.
Solet and her team have investigated the noise levels that can be experienced by hospital patients during the night.
Americans feel more relaxed and safer on rural highways according to a study recently conducted at the University of Minnesota’s Center for Excellence in Rural Safety.
Kitaoka comprehensive reviews color illusions of interest to designers.
As reported in earlier blog posts, design has a significant influence on experienced mood.
The National Design Triennial exhibition at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City features several intriguing spaces that support its “community” theme.
Millions of people listen to background music every day in open or cubicle style work environments to avoid being distracted from professional tasks.
What people are daydreaming about influences how quickly they forget recently learned material, so different daydream cues are useful in particular situations.
Cesario and his colleagues have investigated how place design influences responses to threatening stimuli.
Hollis, an architect and designer who teaches at the Edinburgh College of Art, traces the life courses of classic examples of Western architecture.