2006 journal article

Evaluation of a redesigned self-checkout station for wheelchair users


By: K. Bajaj n, G. Mirka n, C. Sommerich n & H. Khachatoorian n

author keywords: ergonomics; universal design; retail checkout; wheelchair
MeSH headings : Architectural Accessibility; Commerce / instrumentation; Disabled Persons; Efficiency; Equipment Design; Ergonomics; Focus Groups; Humans; Posture; Self-Help Devices / trends; Task Performance and Analysis; Wheelchairs
TL;DR: The results of this study indicate that design for populations with specific limitations does not need to come at a cost of reduced accessibility for persons without these limitations; universal design is achievable. (via Semantic Scholar)
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