Sun and colleagues studied the experiences of pregnant people in green spaces.
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Sadek and Willis investigated how the design of oncology centers influences patient experiences by interviewing patients and former patients.
Motoki and co-workers analyzed the impressions created by the sound of brand names.
Mendoza and colleagues studied links between urban design and suicide mortality.
Orcun and Desmet studied how design can support wellbeing via a case study conducted during the pandemic with young adults and produced a related toolkit which they named “Unravel.”
Chu, Tok, Zhou, and Chen found that the typeface used in a charitable appeal advertisement influences the effectiveness of that appeal.
Research by Pfeiffer, Sundar, and Cao indicates links between language used and the effectiveness of charitable appeals; it is possible that their findings can be extended to design’s effects on appeals experienced.
Spence and teammates studied how what food looks like influences its appeal.
Stone-Ferrier studied paintings depicting 17th-century Dutch neighborhoods and her findings highlight how art can convey important social information.
Cox and colleagues’ recently published research on constancies found in baby talk regardless of language being spoken raises interesting questions about cross cultural sound experiences.