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Human Centric Designs in Architecture

The Importance Of Human-Centric Designs — Niyati Jagirdar | by Lola Sherwin | High Profile Magazine | Medium

This article is an excellent example of analogous thinking in which human centric design functions to provide working solutions.

By focusing on the stasis point for output, the development can be focused around a collective expected goal. By allowing for variations within parameters, outcomes result in more effective employable solutions.

From architecture to aircraft, consideration for the human factor in decision-making processes leading to effective neuroplasticity continues to show positive results with outcomes such as a pleased clientele experiencing improved proficiency.



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