Day-in-the-life studies of older and disabled people give insight into their needs and aspirations and how their lives could be improved through design. Designers should build up their own collection of user profiles as a reference and as inspiration.
Multiple minor impairments in daily life
Day in the life of an elderly man & how design can decrease or increase his quality of life
Review of everyday domestic products
A personal review of some domestic, examining them for their inclusivity
Innovation & ethnography research group
EDLG use visual resources based on ethnographic research to understand aspects of every day lives
Introducing issues of barrier free design
Introducing barrier free design promoting ease of use for older people, the handicapped & children.
A life disrupted by Parkinsons Disease
Everyday life of a teacher affected by impairments arriving with the onset of Parkinsons Disease
Andrew Walker's personal life view
How a disabled architect chooses to live with and create suitably designed environments