Notes: 1) Communication problems. 2) Allowing people with disabilities to be more independent 3) Helping students with special needs to learn the same thing as what normal students are learning 4) Integration and Inclusion
Notes: 1) Autism (Issue) is a developmental disorder not learning disability – Definition: A mental condition, present from early childhood, characterized by great difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other people and in Read more →
Before I start my article, here is an eye-opening video of different marriage traditions of varies ethnic groups in China. China has 56 ethnic groups, among which 91.59% are Han, and the rest 8.41% are people of the other 55 ethnic groups(according to the Fifth National Population Census of the People’s Republic of China in 2000). Different ethnic groups have different Read more →
Women stuffed wardrobe syndrome is one of the factors that is causing the wardrobe to be unorganized or difficult to organize. These are the research that is conducted across women of different ages and lifestyle.
Here are some of the photos of the wardrobe of the research subject. Both of them are in a mess mainly due to cluttering of clothing, Read more →
“I believe that losing my hearing was one of the greatest gifts I’ve ever received,” says Elise Roy. As a disability rights lawyer and design thinker, she knows that being Deaf gives her a unique way of experiencing and reframing the world — a perspective that could solve some of our largest problems. As she says: “When we design for Read more →
Mass Customization is a phenomenon that was going to change the consumer landscape. However, by at large we still buy manufactured goods the way we have since the middle of last century. With the exception of custom-crafted luxury goods like bespoke tailored suits and mega-yachts, most of our purchases are still very standardized, and “customization” means picking the 256GB hard drive Read more →
Treadmill too big to install in your home office? Here’s a space-efficient way to flex some muscles during 15-minute breaks: the Tai Chi Chair.
Designed by ESAD Reims student Yuan Yuan, the furniture sports handholds and footholds that allow you to perform a variety of exercises. I’m not too familiar with Tai Chi, though, so I don’t know about the Read more →
Category: DESIGN Published on 03 MAY, 2013
No, Sweat! by Vancouver-based designer Darryl Agawin is a 3-piece workspace furniture set that can transform into exercise furniture. In today’s busy lives it can be difficult to find the time for daily exercise. By combining workspace and workout furniture, it allows anyone to take a break from Read more →