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HADRIAN: a virtual approach to design for all
This article describes research into the area of ‘design for all’. The research addresses two common needs for designers working towards developing inclusive products and environments, namely, data… Expand
Design and evaluation: end users, user datasets and personas.
Understanding the needs and aspirations of a suitable range of users during the product design process is an extremely difficult task. Methods such as ethnographic studies can be used to gain a… Expand
BIONIC: 'eyes-free' design of secondary driving controls
The BIONIC project (Blind Operation of In-car Controls) was set-up to develop an 'eyes-free' prototype interface, enabling drivers to access secondary and ancillary controls whilst minimising the… Expand
The development of improvements to drivers' direct and indirect vision from vehicles - phase 1
This research project concerning "The development of improvements to drivers' direct and indirect vision from vehicles" has been designed to investigate specific driver vision problems prioritised in Phase 2. Expand
Joint mobility and inclusive design challenges
Abstract The aim of this research study was to understand and evaluate the effect of different factors including age, gender, disabilities and medical conditions on joint mobility. Joint mobility… Expand
Injuries to older users of buses in the UK
The increasing age of the United Kingdom (UK) population coupled with enhanced life expectancy impacts on transport-user demographics and will affect transport planning in the years ahead. Expand
Using Ergonomic Risk Assessment Methods for Designing Inclusive Work Practices: A Case Study
In common with many industries, manufacturing faces the challenge of effective management of a diverse workforce. Humans differ greatly, but traditional manufacturing work practices do not take into… Expand
Supporting a Design Driven Approach to Social Inclusion and Accessibility in Transport
This paper presents research into the area of public transport and accessibility, addressing the support of practitioners in achieving socially inclusive solutions to the mobility issues of diverse… Expand
On-the-move destination entry for vehicle navigation systems: Unsafe by any means?
- G. Burnett, Steve J. Summerskill, J. Porter
- Engineering, Computer Science
- Behav. Inf. Technol.
- 1 July 2004
This paper outlines the arguments (and supporting evidence) both for and against allowing drivers to enter a destination with a vehicle navigation system while active in the primary driving task (‘on-the-move’). Expand