Designers’ focus on creating experiences for users is relatively new.
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Accurately scheduling projects, particularly those that require creative input, is difficult.
Just asking people to make a choice influences their mindset - and designers discuss choice options with others frequently.
GIS can provide a multidimensional (visual, dynamic, holistic, and interactive) view of a neighborhood, so how can it best be used?
Research provides a tool that can be used to measure the territoriality of individuals.
A case study provides an insightful analysis of the relationship between workplace design and layout and the flow of information and interaction.
Internet–based surveys can be very useful. Gardner recently collected data for her dissertation project via the Internet and offers suggestions for using the Internet to conduct research.
Biomapping charts the emotional responses of individuals to areas.
The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) has studied the design review process and prepared a comprehensive overview of successful design reviews of urban plans and building façades.
When people are asked to respond to survey questions about a place, their responses are positively biased; they will judge the particular place being evaluated as superior to other places of the same type.