6 edition of Countering design exclusion found in the catalog.
|Statement||Simeon Keates and John Clarkson.|
|Contributions||Clarkson, John, 1961-|
|LC Classifications||TA174 .K43 2004, TA174 .K43 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||227 p. :|
|Number of Pages||227|
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Countering Design Exclusion 作者: Clarkson, P. John 出版社: Springer Verlag 页数: 定价: $ 装帧: Pap ISBN: 豆瓣评分. The book will set out some of the broader debates about the nature of housing, quality and design: in what ways is domestic design and architecture implicated in inhibiting or facilitating mobility and movement of people; what is the nature of government regulation and policy in relation to the design of home environments. Countering Design Author: Kari Kozak.
From the book Countering design exclusion by Simeon Keates and John Clarkson (Keates & Clarkson, ): ‘Designers typically design for themselves, unless explicitly directed to do otherwise. Consequently, the default user shares the skills, knowledge and functional capability profile of the designer. Inclusive Design is composed of two parts with a common chapter structure so that the business and design arguments in favour of inclusive design can be easily compared and assimilated: The Business Case presents the industrial and management benefits of inclusive design. It concentrates on demographic, legal and ethical reasons for all Brand: Springer-Verlag London.
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This pragmatic approach to making inclusive design desirable to industry addresses these issues and discusses why existing methods have failed to be assimilated into industry. Through the use of case studies and examples, Countering Design Exclusion introduces the mind-set necessary to think through the challenges raised by inclusive design and.
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Countering Design Exclusion: An introduction to inclusive designCited by: Countering Design Exclusion. January ; DOI: /_ As Keates and Clarkson () point out in the preface of their book titled Countering Design Exclusion. While inclusive design and universal design are commonly accepted as good design aims, this chapter discusses the merits of focusing on design exclusion.
The concept of design exclusion is particularly powerful because identifying why and how end-users cannot Countering design exclusion book a product enables us to counter such exclusion. OUR CITY: COUNTERING EXCLUSION BY DESIGNING CITIES FOR ALL TALKS, PANEL DISCUSSION, QUESTION & ANSWER, BOOK LAUNCH, NETWORKING You are cordially invited to an evening with, Maria Adebowale-Schwarte, Peter Williams, Dr.
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Designing for Accessibility: A Business Guide to Countering Design Exclusion (Human Factors and Ergonomics)5/5(1). Get this from a library. Countering design exclusion: an introduction to inclusive design. [Simeon Keates; John Clarkson] -- Companies that have introduced inclusive design into their products have noticed sales growing.
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The Model Human Processor, adapted from Card, Moran and Newell () and detailed in "Countering Design Exclusion" (Keates & Clarkson, ). Book Description A step by step guide, this book covers how to design products that offer the right combination of functionality, usability, and accessibility for all consumers.
The author articulates why these three elements can make the critical difference in remaining competitive and economically viable over the long term. Get this from a library. Designing for accessibility: a business guide to countering design exclusion.
[Simeon Keates] -- "Implementing design for accessibility within a company requires planning and forethought. Simeon Keates provides a step-by-step guide for companies on how to design inclusive products which can. Designing for Accessibility: A Business Guide to Countering Design Exclusion - CRC Press Book A step by step guide, this book covers how to design products that offer the right combination of functionality, usability, and accessibility for all consumers.
Countering design exclusion: An introduction to inclusive design Simeon Keates MA, PhD, John Clarkson MA, PhD, MIEE, CEng (auth.) Inclusive design, universal design and universal access are long standing, familiar terms with clear and laudable goals.
Countering Design Exclusion: An introduction to inclusive design. Simeon Keates, John Clarkson. Springer. This book presents the concept of design exclusion and how addressing exclusion explicitly identifies the shortcomings in everyday products and services. It is aimed at design students and design practitioners and provides a wide-ranging.
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Free shipping for many products. Read Designing for Accessibility: A Business Guide to Countering Design Exclusion (Human Factors. Design for Inclusivity, written by a team that has pioneered inclusive design practice internationally, reviews the recent social trends and pressures that have pushed this subject to the fore, and assesses design responses to date in an international context.
-university collaborative projects, and highlights lessons that have been learned. Countering Design Exclusion: An introduction to inclusive design. Simeon Keates, John Clarkson. Springer. This book presents the concept of design exclusion and how addressing exclusion explicitly identifies the shortcomings in everyday products and services.Urban Design Director.
Jacqueline Bleicher is the Founding Director of Global Urban Design (GUD), a Social Enterprise. She is an Urban Designer, Masterplanner, Placemaker, Workshop Facilitator, Speaker, Mentor, Registered, Chartered Architect and Co- Author of “Our City?Countering exclusion in public space,” a book by STIPO, PPS and the European .Inclusive design, universal design and universal access are long standing, familiar terms with clear and laudable goals.
However, their teaching and industrial uptake has been very limited. Many products still exclude users unnecessarily for reasons ranging from corporate insensitivity and the size of the market for inclusive products to the individual designer's inability to design .