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Tzerniadakis, Konstantinos
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2016-05-07T09:48:50Z
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2016-05-08T00:00:22Z
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2016-05-07
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visually impaired
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kitchen
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custom made product
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design
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disability
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Research on Design for Visually Impaired People: Design of customized kitchen
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masterThesis
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Design of customized kitchen
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tzernidesign@yandex.com
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Design--Human factors
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Barrier-free design
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Product design
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Product design--Social aspects
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Barrier-free design for people with visual disabilities
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Visually handicapped--Dwellings
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School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies, MSc in Strategic Product Design
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Konstantinos Tzerniadakis, Research on Design for Visually Impaired People. Design of Customized Kitchen, School of Economics Business Administration & Legal Studies/ A Thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Science (Msc) in Strategic Product Design, International Hellenic University, 2016.
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The dissertation looks at the way disabled people perceive the world and space around. The research in this area reveals needs that inspire and influence the design of the objects they use daily. The focused group is people with limited vision or complete visual impairment, who need to deal with daily tasks as independent as possible. The dissertation examines substantial aspects about the life and the abilities of visually impaired people. Qualitative method is used and the dissertation consists of the theoretical literature research stage and the product design stage. Findings show that the perception of visual impaired people is being adjusted, as a physical tendency of human body that takes advantage of the other senses. Tools and products are necessary to support this adaptation. The kitchen is an area where inadequacy exists. There are deficits that are obstacles for visually impaired in everyday life. Using them and their emerged specifications, a custom made kitchen model is developed that promotes the safety and the Independency through simple,essential adjustments in design.
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ABSTRACT.....IV_ CONTENTS.....1_ PICTURES....5_ TABLES.....8_ FIGURES....8_ PART 1 CONTEXT_ 1. INTRODUCTION.....11_ 2. LITERATURE REVIEW.....13_ 2.1. FAMILIARIZING WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENT....13_ 2.1.1. Definitions.....13_ 2.1.2. Population.....14_ 2.1.3. Causes.....16_ 2.1.4. Types of Visual Impairment.....19_ 2.1.5. Profile characteristics.....20_ 2.1.6. Individuality.....22_ 2.2. PROJECT RATIONALE.....23_ 2.2.1. Disability or Dis-aptability?....23_ 2.2.2. An unsatisfactory status to overturn.....23_ 3. SCOPE.....25_ 3.1. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES.....25_ 3.2. RESEARCH QUESTIONS.....26_ 4. METHODOLOGY.....29_ 4.1. THE QUALITATIVE RESEARCH.....29_ 4.1.1. Strengths.....29_ 4.1.2. Limitations.....29_ 4.2. TRUSTWORTHINESS.....30_ 4.2.1. Credibility.....30_ 4.2.2. Transferability.....31_ 4.2.3. Dependability.....31_ 4.2.4. Confirmability.....32_ 4.3. STRATEGY STRUCTURE OF THE STUDY.....32_ 4.4. OUTLINE.....34_ PART 2 RESEARCH & ANALYSIS_ 5. PERCEPTION: A MULTISENSORY ABILITY.....37_ 5.1. AN INDISPENSABLE IMPULSE.....37_ 5.1.1. Communication issues.....37_ 5.1.2. From an impulse to an opportunity.....38_ 5.2. MENTAL ADAPTATION.....38_ 5.2.1. Mental models......39_ 5.2.2. Brain plasticity......39_ 5.2.3. Learning procedures......40_ 5.3. THE SENSES' DEVELOPMENT.....41_ 5.3.1. Sense of Hearing.....41_ 5.3.2. Sense of Touch.....43_ 6. SENSE OF SPACE.....45_ 6.1. MOBILITY & ORIENTATION.....45_ 6.1.1. Mental maps.....46_ 6.1.2. Basic mobility aid: the cane.....46_ 6.2. PLACES MAKE SENSE & SENSES MAKE PLACE.....47_ 6.2.1. Balance: a surroundings result (Places make Sense).....47_ 6.2.2. The determinant role of the body (Senses make Place).....47_ 6.3. SAFETY AT HOME.....48_ 6.3.1. A reasonable preference......48_ 6.3.2. An organized way of living.....49_ 7. DESIGN GUIDELINES.....51_ 7.1. THROUGH A VISUAL ERA.....51_ 7.2. FROM UNIVERSAL TO USER DESIGN.....51_ 7.2.1. Universal Design.....52_ 7.2.2. User centred design.....53_ 7.3. SPECIFICATIONS.....53_ 7.3.1. Lighting.....54_ 7.3.2. Colour Contrast.....54_ 7.3.3. Acoustics.....55_ 7.3.4. Materials.....55_ 7.3.5. Requirements.....56_ 7.4. PRODUCTS.....57_ 7.4.1. Products’ design impact.....57_ 7.4.2. Products' research.....58_ 7.4.3. Moodboards.....58_ 8. INTERPRETATION OF FINDINGS.....69_ 8.1. 1ST RESEARCH QUESTION:....69_ 8.1.1. Perception.....69_ 8.1.2. Specifications.....69_ 8.2. 2ND RESEARCH QUESTION:.....70_ 8.2.1. Products.....70_ 8.2.2. Typical kitchen deficits.....71_ PART 3 DESIGN SYNTHESIS_ 9. METHODOLOGY.....75_ 10. DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS.....77_ 11. MODEL DEVELOPMENT.....79_ 11.1. SKETCHES.....80_ 11.2. 2D GENERAL DIMENSIONS....83_ 12. 3D MODEL PRESENTATION.....85_ 12.1. STRUCTURE AND DETAILS.....85_ 12.1.1. Material.....85_ 12.1.2. Horizontal levels.....85_ 12.2. AREAS.....87_ 12.2.1. Cooking.....89_ 12.2.2. Sink: washing and drying area.....92_ 12.2.3. Fridge area.....93_ 12.3. ARRANGEMENT AND STORAGE....95_ 12.3.1. Recessed handles.....95_ 12.3.2. Texture variation.....96_ 12.3.3. Concentrated capacity.....96_ 12.3.4. Colour contrast: segregate factor.....97_ 12.3.5. Designated storage places.....98_ 13. CONCLUSION.....101_ 13.1. EVALUATION & CONTRIBUTION....101_ 13.2. RECOMMENDATIONS.....101_ BIBLIOGRAPHY.....103_ MOODBOARDS SOURCES.....114_ APPENDIX.....1_ GLOSSARY.....1_
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Tsinikas, Nikolaos
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Tsinikas, Nikolaos
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Liamadis, George
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Tzetzis, Dimitrios
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IHU
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ihu
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126
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