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Unformatted text preview: Design with Intent 101 patterns for influencing behaviour through design 1 . Dan Lockton with David Harrison Neville A. Stanton & Design with Intent: 101 patterns for influencing behaviour through design Dan Lockton with David Harrison & Neville A. Stanton ISBN 978-0-9565421-0-6 (printed cards) ISBN 978-0-9565421-1-3 (ebook) April 2010 Published by Windsor, Berkshire, UK This is Tiresias Infofont, made available under the GNU General Public Licence by the RNIB, and available from http://www.tiresias.org Produced on Ubuntu (and Windows XP via Sun VirtualBox) Your feedback is very welcome: dan@danlockton.co.uk designwithintent.co.uk With the exception of certain images, the proprietors and nature of which are identified on the introduction card for each lens, this work is licensed by Dan Lockton under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non- commercial- Share Alike 3.0 licence, available at: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0 or by writing to: Creative Commons, 171 2nd Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA Cleaner Electronics Research Group Brunel Design, Brunel University Transportation Research Grp University of Southampton The Architectural Lens draws on techniques used to influence user behaviour in architecture, urban planning and related disciplines such as traffic management and crime prevention through environmental design (see also the Security Lens). While most of the techniques have been developed in the built environment, many of the ideas can also be applied in interaction and product design, even in software or services; they are effectively about using the '''structure of systems''' to influence behaviour. Some of the patterns, such as Simplicity , Feature deletion and Hiding things are really fundamental to all kinds of design. Architectural Lens Image for Pave the Cowpaths is a screenshot of an annotated Google Map on Kittelson & Associates' website (http://prj.kittelson.com/tigardtrails) All other photos by Dan Lockton Design with Intent Ar A 3.ly/Arch Can you slant or angle things so some actions are easier than others? Angles Some cigarette bins are sold to authorities using the sloping top as a feature, discouraging people leaving litter on top A 3.ly/Arch Design with Intent Can you channel people so they come together (or split up)? Converging & diverging Gates (and gatehouses) channel visitors through a narrow opening, allowing a toll to be levied, or to help control potential threats Ar A 3.ly/Arch Design with Intent Can you bring a feature to the users, or move the users to where you want them to be? Conveyor belts Moving walkways in airports help travellers move more quickly, but also prevent people blocking corridors, especially in groups Ar A 3.ly/Arch Design with Intent What would happen if you simply took away features you dont want people to use?...
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