Ruth Sims

Ruth Sims

Designing for Children

Ruth has been a research associate at Loughborough University since 1999, with a first degrees in psychology, ergonomics and PhD in ‘design for all’. She predominately researchs accessibility and usability of products, systems and environments by older or physically disabled people, but has also worked on projects investigating road safety in emerging economies, the reinvention of the toilet for low-water areas, and co-design to generate ideas for reducing single occupancy car travel when commuting to work.

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Designing for Children

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A practical session where Ruth focuses the participants of child based task analysis and on both psychological and physical aspects of the design in relation to the different developmental stages of children. 32total visits,1visits today

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