aDesigning Inclusive Futuresa reflects the need to explore, in a coherent way, the issues and practicalities that lie behind design that is intended to extend our active future lives. This encompasses design for inclusion in daily life at home but also extends to the workplace and for products within these contexts. For example, given trends in employment sector growth, skills requirements, labour supply and demographic change, there is a need to predict the critical areas where individual capabilities are mismatched with the physical, social and organisational demands of work. This mismatch, which can be addressed within the domain of inclusive design, is pervasively linked to real artefacts in workspaces and their intersection with the health factors that relate to ageing. This book is the result of the fourth CWUAAT workshop held in Cambridge, England in April 2008.Bakker R (1997) Elderdesign: designing and furnishing a home for your later years. Penguin ... Sommerville I, Taylor B, Edge M (2003) Designing acceptable a#39; smarta#39; home technology to support people in the home. ... The Center for Universal Design, Raleigh, NC, US Ostroff E (1989) A consumera#39;s guide to home adaptation.
|Title||:||Designing Inclusive Futures|
|Author||:||P. Langdon, P. John Clarkson, Peter Robinson|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-03-07|