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|Title: ||Virtual task analysis in 'design for all'|
|Authors: ||Marshall, Russell|
Porter, J. Mark
Gyi, Diane E.
|Keywords: ||Design for All|
|Issue Date: ||2003|
|Publisher: ||Loughborough University|
|Citation: ||MARSHALL, R. ... et al, 2003. Virtual task analysis in 'design for all'. IN: Campbell, R.I. and Balc, N.O. (eds). Proceedings of the EVEN Conference on Virtual
Engineering Applications for Design and Product Development 2003, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. Loughborough : Loughborough University, pp.235-242|
|Abstract: ||Design for All’ or ‘Inclusive Design’ is an approach to product, environment or service design that aims to maximise the applicability of a particular design. However, the concept is not to tailor designs in a bespoke fashion, but rather to provide a single solution that accommodates the needs of all users including those who are older or disabled.
In order to educate and support the designer in their endeavours to ‘Design for All’ a computer aided design and analysis tool has been developed. The tool, known as HADRIAN, has been developed to meet two key areas of deficiency in existing approaches. HADRIAN provides improved data for the designer with a sample database of 100 individuals across a broad spectrum of ages and abilities. HADRIAN also provides a means of using this data for ergonomics evaluations through a task analysis tool. Working in combination with the existing human modelling system SAMMIE the system allows the designer to assess their designs against the population in the database to determine the percentage who are effectively ‘designed out’.|
|Description: ||This is a conference paper.|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Papers and Presentations (Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering)|
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