Pejtersen and his colleagues surveyed Danish people working in offices.
Researchers have evaluated the effects of listening to music on MP3 players and desired amounts of personal space.
Wiersema and her colleagues have collected additional evidence linking personal factors and aesthetic preferences.
Riggs reports on research recently completed by the National Association of Home Builders related to the probable form of American homes in the year 2015.
Recently completed research in virtual environments confirms the importance of body language for effective communication.
Researchers at Queen’s University have confirmed common sense expectations about road design and children’s outdoor play.
Ozguner’s research indicates the importance of considering users’ cultures when designing parks - or any other sort of place.
Worried about creating a complete experience, with coordinated sights, sounds, and scents?
Observing FIFA soccer penalty-shootouts, scientists have collected information that will be useful for people planning for human responses in emergency situations - this would, for example, include evacuations from buildings.
New research indicates that social status and trust are related.