Designers should consider usability when designing so their products are inclusive, easy to use and do not cause discomfort, pain or even injury. This is made easier by advancements in technology.
Which word is used to describe designing products well so they are easy to use?
What does inclusive design mean?
Designing that is accessible
Designing for one size
Designing in one language
Which of these does NOT influence aesthetic?
Why should a designer be mindful of the colours selected for a product?
Some colour choices may stop the product from working correctly
Some colour choices may have cultural barriers
Some colour choices may make the product less flexible
What is ergonomics?
The use of anthropometric data
Data of human height
Measurements of the human body
Which percentiles should designers design products for?
50th to 95th percentile
5th to 50th percentile
5th to 95th percentile
What does aesthetics mean?
The way a product looks and feels
The measurements of the human body
What might happen if ergonomics is not used in design?
Users will have a poor user experience
Users might take offence
Users won't be able to adapt the user experience
What does the colour blue universally represent?
Which of these is NOT an inclusive design factor?