Aligning activities and materials
Enhance Satisfaction/Quality of Life
Children, adults, and associations
Perceptions and realities
More benefits from designing for walking
Samermit and colleagues have determined that pairing disliked sounds (such as “nails scratching a chalkboard”) with videos presenting a more positive explanation for that sound (such as “someone playing a flute”) reduces the negative implications of hearing those sounds.
Research indicates that people have situation-specific reactions to recycled water; reported findings are likely applicable in other contexts with other recycled materials.
Wind can effectively support ventilating room and regulating their temperature; gentle movement is an important aspect of biophilic design.
Neuroscientists have extensively studied how workplace design can optimize both user performance and quality-of-life. A careful review of their research shows that there are 22 key issues to keep top-of-mind during the workplace design and management process.
Concentrating in ABWs
Practical tool to resolve important issues