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This wide ranging overview of design in everyday life demonstrates how design shapes our lives in ways most of us would never imagine the author a leading expert in social and psychological issues in design uncovers the gender age and body biases inherent in the designs of common products and living spaces that we all routinely usedefined by design analyzes how and where americans struggle with bad design every day whether you are tall or short young or old male or female able or disabled anthony advocates smarter healthier user friendly design at every scalefrom the body to the room the building and the citypraise for defined by design the surprising power of hidden gender age and body bias in everyday products and places an eye opening comprehensive account of how the design of everyday objects impacts our lives and our healthfrom cell phones to car seats from shoes to restrooms from homes to healthcareget this from a library defined by design the surprising power of hidden gender age and body bias in everyday products and places kathryn h anthony eric schmidt a leader in innovative design and architecture illustrates the many biases hidden in the designs of everyday products and spaces and argues for more diversity in defined by design the surprising power of hidden gender age and body bias in everyday products and places kathryn h anthony a professor at the university of illinois breaks down different categories of products and architecture into several articles of well known or frustrating designsmost notably she discusses the dangers poor product design pose to small children and

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