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Designing to promote physical health for the obese in commercial interiors
Author(s):Wade, Andrea Roye
The purpose of this phenomenological study was to assess 1) interior designers' perceptions concerning the design of commercial workplace interiors that encourage and support physical activity, and 2) design strategies ...
Impact of digital tablets on the work of interior design practitioners
Author(s):Hamre, Kellie E.
The purpose of this exploratory research study is to explore how interior design practitioners utilize digital tablets during the design process. Of particular interest is if and how design practitioners are using the ...
Revealing attributes of supportive healing environments in interior design: staff perceptions in healthcare design
Author(s):Molzahn, Emily Jane
People seeking healthcare anticipate an environment supportive of healing and wellness in acute and ambulatory facilities. Such environments synthesize psychological, social, and physical components shown to effect perceptions ...
Team creative performance: exploring the relationship between team diversity and conflict affecting the creative productivity of interior design student teams
Author(s):King, Hillary Smith
This exploratory case study used mixed methods to examine five main variables and their possible effects on team creative productivity: team learning style diversity, student self-awareness, task conflict, process conflict, ...
Mind and method: an examination of cognitive activities in the design process
Author(s):Mattingly, Amy M.
The creative process is a multifaceted and dynamic path of thinking required to execute a project in design-based disciplines (e.g., interior design, architecture). Social scientists have studied stages of the creative ...