Design and Physicality – Towards an Understanding of Physicality in Design and Use
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We live in an increasingly digital world, yet our bodies and minds are naturally designed to interact with the physical. This chapter reports on the work undertaken during the Design for Physicality (DEPtH) project which sought to explore the ways in which physicality affects designers and end users of computer embedded products.
Dix, A., Gill, S., Ramduny-Ellis, D. & Hare, J. 'Design and Physicality – Towards an Understanding of Physicality in Design and Use', in Inns, T. (ed.) Designing for the 21st Century: Volume II: Interdisciplinary Methods and Findings. London: Routledge, pp.172-189
Book Chapter describing the findings of a major research council funded research project.
The research described here was supported by teh AHRC and EPSRC under the Designing for teh 21st Century innitiative
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