Adaptive Design          By    Rebecca Eelbeck      Joshua Ellis
Adaptive Chair
Why Students?
Questionnaire About these                 ChairsSimple but no arm rests.   Comfy but too loose   Too hard, too low and    ...
The Features
Mock-ups!
Questionnaire About our Product          What If yes,range would                 price what?          you be willing to pa...
Posture and Seat shapesStudying – Back’s straight, leaning forwardGaming/Socailising – Leaning back, more relaxed
Mercedes Car Seats- Heated seating on front and rear seats-automatic child seat recognition ( coulduse this as an idea for...
Logo!
Slogan
The Final ChairFeatures-Adaptive seat heating-Adaptive cushioning for relaxedposture ( pressure pads to senseposture )-Ada...
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Final presentation for Principles of Interaction Design

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  • Introductory – why we chose a chair? Why it’s beneficial for students? Why students? (2-3 slides) 
  • Research – different chairs that are in student coms, with reasons why they are there, questionnaire about current chairs (josh’s question) - (2ish) 
  • Ideas – features the chair should have (1) 
  • Mock-ups - drawings of chairs, collage of drawings (1) 
  • Research 2 – Rebecca’s questionnaire (charted), game chairs (equaled the same price as results) Mercedes (2-3) 
  • Posture/chair back layout – (1) Study - the student will have their backs’ straight either with or without the back of the chair to help maintain focus, students feel like they are slouching when having their backs against the chairs. computer/study chairs are useful for this.Gaming - as the student is more relaxed they will have more weight on their back against the chair, being comfortable whilst being about to slouch is useful, bean bags and gaming chairs are useful for this.Socialising - the same as gaming, students will be more relax and more dependant on the chair. Overall we are looking for a chair which will rotate you when you have sat on the chair for a long length of time, it will recognise when you are warm/cold to cool/warm you, arm rests seems to be needed for comfort of the arms, the elbows seem to be loose and heavy when studying.
  • Photos leading to the logo – (1) 
  • Final chair idea with leaflet distributor – (1)
  • Final presentation for Principles of Interaction Design

    1. 1. Adaptive Design By Rebecca Eelbeck Joshua Ellis
    2. 2. Adaptive Chair
    3. 3. Why Students?
    4. 4. Questionnaire About these ChairsSimple but no arm rests. Comfy but too loose Too hard, too low and uncomfortable
    5. 5. The Features
    6. 6. Mock-ups!
    7. 7. Questionnaire About our Product What If yes,range would price what? you be willing to pay for Height Adjustments Recline features such a chair? £20 - £50 says 50% Tilting. - £80 says 25% - £100 says 25%
    8. 8. Posture and Seat shapesStudying – Back’s straight, leaning forwardGaming/Socailising – Leaning back, more relaxed
    9. 9. Mercedes Car Seats- Heated seating on front and rear seats-automatic child seat recognition ( coulduse this as an idea for recognising aperson sitting on it)-Adjustable lumbar support for frontpassenger
    10. 10. Logo!
    11. 11. Slogan
    12. 12. The Final ChairFeatures-Adaptive seat heating-Adaptive cushioning for relaxedposture ( pressure pads to senseposture )-Adaptive study/break time rotationfrom the desk. (sense tension inbody)
    13. 13. How we are distributing our Ads!

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