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People who shopped online are less likely to visit a physical store after having a frustrating online shopping experience at the firm's website.
Clients who have not been involved in design projects can experience unique difficulties.
Increasing numbers of individuals with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are working in offices, and they have specific workplace needs.
Although traffic-calming strategies have been utilized in urban areas, they have not been frequently used in rural areas. Two studies examine interventions to slow cars and increase traffic safety.
A poll of leading landscape architects indicates a growing interest in outdoor living among residential customers.
Baby boomers have clear opinions about desirable home features.
Homeowners are interested in tying their home more tightly into the surrounding community.
Light can damage paintings, books, and other treasured items, but using the right sort of lighting can minimize this destruction.
Our eyes change as we age, but use of specific lighting techniques can insure clearer vision for older adults.
How can planners plan for, or maintain, diverse social neighborhoods? Perhaps using tools from landscape ecology can help urban designers gain new insights into these neighborhoods.