Langdon, P and Johnson, D and Huppert, F and Clarkson, PJ (2015) A framework for collecting inclusive design data for the UK population. Appl Ergon, 46 Pt . pp. 318-324.Full text not available from this repository.
Successful inclusive product design requires knowledge about the capabilities, needs and aspirations of potential users and should cater for the different scenarios in which people will use products, systems and services. This should include: the individual at home; in the workplace; for businesses, and for products in these contexts. It needs to reflect the development of theory, tools and techniques as research moves on. And it must also to draw in wider psychological, social, and economic considerations in order to gain a more accurate understanding of users' interactions with products and technology. However, recent research suggests that although a number of national disability surveys have been carried out, no such knowledge currently exists as information to support the design of products, systems and services for heterogeneous users. This paper outlines the strategy behind specific inclusive design research that is aimed at creating the foundations for measuring inclusion in product designs. A key outcome of this future research will be specifying and operationalising capability, and psychological, social and economic context measures for inclusive design. This paper proposes a framework for capturing such information, describes an early pilot study, and makes recommendations for better practice.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Capability measurement Design for all Disability Disability survey Inclusive design|
|Divisions:||Div C > Engineering Design|
|Depositing User:||Cron Job|
|Date Deposited:||07 Mar 2014 11:41|
|Last Modified:||26 Jan 2015 09:45|