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The 2004 conference of the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) will be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 2-6, 2004.
I find it hard to believe that this issue marks the beginning of our third year.
Although its focus is on industrial design, Where Stuff Comes From is a useful introduction to the real-world practice of design professionals.
You may have heard the design maxim that the most preferred designs are visually neither too simple, nor too complex—but is that true?
Members of Generation Y (young adults) have certain clear preferences in the design of their dorm rooms and apartments.
New textured wallpaper is attracting a lot of attention.
There are now more one-person households in the United States than households comprised of married couples with children.
Consumers are very concerned about selecting the “perfect” colors for their homes, while research has further clarified the complex role of color in retail environments.
Some things psychological science can teach retailers.
Researchers designed a hospital waiting area that is associated with more positive assessments of the physical environment, improved mood, enhanced physiological state, and more satisfaction with the environment than the standard waiting room.