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The world"s population is rapidly growing older. Transgenerational Design addresses an exploding need by exploring product design that enhances the quality of life for users of all ages and abilities. This book offers a cross-disciplinary approach to product design that bridges gaps between designers and consumers, scientist and service professionals, young and old. Pirkl debunks myths about aging, showing how many problems with products are, in fact, problems for all age groups. Throughout, he focuses on practical solutions to design challenges, helping designers to avoid discrimination against both age and ability. The book sensitizes readers to the realities of aging by exploring changes in abilities that occur throughout one"s lifetime. This guide will meet the needs of industrial designers, interior designers, architects, design engineers, and health care professionals.
More than 140 full-color illustrations offer exemplary designs ranging from kitchen utensils to walking shoes to personal hygiene systems. High-quality photographs present a collection of transgenerational products used in: living environments; healthcare; cooking and eating; sports and recreation; leisure activities; personal care and hygiene; home maintenance; and information processing and communication. Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||James J. Pirkl|
|LC Classifications||HC110.C6 P57 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 260 p. :|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||93009870|
His second book, Transgenerational Design: Products for an Aging Population (), received a Gold Industrial Design Excellence Award. In , and is cited in references throughout the world. His views have appeared in such publications as Dwell, ID Magazine, Machine Design, Mechanical Engineering, Metropolis, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today. The Strauss–Howe generational theory, created by authors William Strauss and Neil Howe, identifies a recurring generational cycle in American s and Howe lay the groundwork for the theory in their book Generations, which retells the history of America as a series of generational biographies going back to In their book The Fourth Turning, the authors expanded the.
His latest book, Transgenerational Design: Products for an Aging Population (John Wiley & Sons, ), was awarded a Gold Industrial Design Excellence Award (IDEA) co-sponsored by the Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA) and Business Week magazine. The bulk of this series consists of working files for Pirkl's book, Transgenerational Design: Products for an Aging Population (), for which he won a Gold Industrial Design Excellence Award (IDEA) award.
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Pirkl to describe and identify products and environments that accommodate Author: David J Strumfels. TRANSGENERATIONAL DESIGN: Products for an Aging Population by James J. Pirkl received a Gold IDEA Award from the Industrial Designers Society of America and Business Week magazine.
Transgenerational Design. Transgenerational design as a term and concept initially emerged in the mids by Syracuse University industrial design professor James J.
Pirkl. Working with gerontologist Anna L. Babic, Pirkl developed two seminal publications resulting from the Design for Aging research project. By getting people to exercise, by giving them the right nutritional information and in the right Vol 24 No 1 February 45 A call for transgenerational design packages and so on, we may be able to postpone morbid symptoms and give a much greater sense of self- confidence to older by: 9.
This paper proposes the use of “dreamwork” to evoke historical patterns or transgenerational themes. A new variant of dreamwork is described. This work is systemic as well as symbolic, combining aspects of both Gestalt and Family System therapies.
Two examples present this experiential exploration of recursive historical by: 8. THE SECRET IS OUT – Across the globe astute manufacturers, researchers, marketers and design organizations have discovered—and embrace—the 'transgenerational' design concept.
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This uniquely innovative design neutralizes many restrictive effects of aging, accidents, illness or chronic by: 2. This article provides an overview of the basic tenets of transgenerational family therapy, along with a case study of a couple in crisis. The goal of the case study is to demonstrate the transgenerational nature of the relational issues that families bring to the counseling process and provide a transgenerational lens with which to view or Cited by: 1.transgenerational: design that does not highlight functional li mitations but instead is practical and appealing to people of all ages and differing ab ilities (Pirkl, ).
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